whithersoever [ hwith-er-soh-ev-er, with- ]
to whatsoever place.
Origin: 1200–50; Middle English, equivalent to whitherso whithersoever (Old English swā hwider swā) + everever
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR WHITHERSOEVER
Go thee one way or other, either on the right hand, or on the left, whithersoever thy face is set.
THE PROPHET EZEKIEL|ARNO C. GAEBELEIN
These observations heightened my curiosity, and I resolved to follow the stranger whithersoever he should go.
THE WORKS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE|EDGAR ALLAN POE
Grettir shall depart unhindered whithersoever he will, and shall have peace till such time as he reach his home from this journey.
GRETTIR THE STRONG|UNKNOWN
Its sovereign efficacy was such, that whithersoever it flowed, healing and life attended its course.
JESUS, THE MESSIAH; OR, THE OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECIES FULFILLED IN THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES|(A LADY) ANONYMOUS
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