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whosever

[ hoo-zev-er ]
/ huˈzɛv ər /
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pronoun
(the possessive case of whoever used as an adjective): Whosever wagon this is, get it out of here. Whosever is this ridiculous hat?
the one or ones belonging to whomever: Whosever will win, do you think?
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Origin of whosever

First recorded in 1730–40; whose + ever
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