whichever

[ hwich-ev-er, wich- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whichever

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He said, 'Throw your handkerchief to whichever of us you love.'

Whichever it was, that was all that I was fated to see or hear of the Opera.

"Use it on whichever of us gets the first snake bite," said Linda.

And whichever of them drank only so much as a drop of it was turned from an old man into a youth.

Whichever of you is killed—his death will be put down to the account of the Circassians.

He'll take the other woman's part against her instinctively, whichever is in the right.

And whichever of these qualities we find in the State, the one which is not found will be the residue?

I do not include Socrates, who is able either to drink or to abstain, and will not mind, whichever we do.

Are we to say of whichever sort there are most, those are the true ones?

Whichever you please, I said; you shall determine when you have heard the purpose of our visit.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from which + ever.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WHICHEVER

which

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