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whoso

[ hoo-soh ]

pronoun

, objective whom·so.
  1. whosoever; whoever.


whoso

/ ˈhuːsəʊ /

pronoun

  1. an archaic word for whoever


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Word History and Origins

Origin of whoso1

1125–75; Middle English, early Middle English hwa swa, Old English ( swā ) hwā swā. See who, so 1
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Example Sentences

Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man.

Teufelsdrockh contends that the aspect of a "deceased or expiring Society" fronts us everywhere, so that whoso runs may read.

And whoso might be sorry, the child was glad, so many things new and fair as she came upon.

Whoso discovereth secrets loseth his credit and shall never find friend to his mind.

Slay him will I, said he, whoso say the contrary, for he hath done so much against me that he hath well deserved it.

Whoso succeedeth in coming to them they know to have power over the sword, and 'tis then holiday for them.

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