Definition of whithersoever in English:

whithersoever

Syllabification: whith·er·so·ev·er
Pronunciation: /ˌ(h)wiT͟Hərsōˈevər
 
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adverb

archaic
Wherever: she was free to drift whithersoever she chose
More example sentences
  • Have I not commanded thee?… Be strong and of a good courage… I will be with thee whithersoever thou goest.
  • This means, first of all that we must know Christ, really know him, and live our lives as those joined in love to the Saviour, following him whithersoever he goes.
  • To a materialist, we are just congeries of atoms; and atoms must go whithersoever they are driven by the laws of physics and blind chance.

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