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Example sentences from the Web for which
So I've worked out a plan by-which you can examine the invention and test its profits without risking one penny.
His declaration means that he believes in "That-which-is-above-Things."Dynamic Thought|William Walker Atkinson
By the way, I wonder if I ought to tell him about the silver which-not.Berry And Co.|Dornford Yates
We just cant afford to have our goods floating around every-which-way right in the start.Motor Boat Boys' River Chase|Louis Arundel
We went into another field—behind us and before us, and every which-a-way we looked, we seen a rhinusorus.Bransford of Rainbow Range|Eugene Manlove Rhodes
British Dictionary definitions for which
- used with a noun in requesting that its referent be further specified, identified, or distinguished from the other members of a classwhich house did you want to buy?
- (as pronoun)which did you find?
- (used in indirect questions)I wondered which apples were cheaper
- whatever of a class; whicheverbring which car you want
- (as pronoun)choose which of the cars suit you
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Idioms and Phrases with which
In addition to the idioms beginning with which
- which is which
- which way the wind blows
- every which way
- know which side of bread is buttered
- (which) way the wind blows