from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- pro. Whatever.
- adj. Whatever: no power whatsoever.
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- adj. Whatever.
- adj. In any way; at all.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- prep. Whatever.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of whatever nature, kind, or sort; whatever: an intensive form of whatever, still separable and used as a correlative phrase.
- What thing or things soever; no matter what thing or things; whatever or whoever.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. one or some or every or all without specification
II. i.235 (338,1) As if that whatsoever God] That is, _as if that God who leads him, whatsoever_ God he be.
"There has been no change whatsoever to our policy and we have no doubt whatsoever about the sovereignty of the
This is pretty typical El Rio game, not solid in any sense of the word whatsoever.
Why his allegations should have any credibility whatsoever is beyond me. water balloon says:
The fundamental lack of any kind of pragmatic spirit whatsoever is bound to doom them.
It was with great effort that local Democrats -- with help from Nicole, but none whatsoever from the DCCC -- were able to replace him with a real Democrat, Lance Enderle.
Any excuse for this sign to exist whatsoever is not applicable in this instance.
Why these paid servants are permitted to obstruct governance for no good reason whatsoever is unconsionable.
So here are some issues that need discussing: having absolutely no rationing of care whatsoever is economically infeasible, providing some level of care to all citizens provides a healthier more productive workforce that reduces uncompensated ER care, any insurance (especially health insurance) functions under principals of socialism, a single payer system gives consumers (i.e. patients) the most bargining power and allows them to dictate prices set by producers (i.e. health care providers).
“Fudging the data in any way whatsoever is quite literally a sin against the holy ghost of science,” he said.