What is another word for Whensoever?

Pronunciation: [wɛnsˌə͡ʊˈɛvə] (IPA)

Whensoever is a somewhat archaic word that means at any time when. It can be replaced by a variety of synonyms to add variety and interest to your writing. Some good choices include at any time, whenever, at any point, at any moment, or anytime that. Another good option is the phrase whenever it occurs, which can be used to describe an event or situation that could happen at any moment. No matter which synonym you choose, be sure to use it in a way that makes sense in the context of your writing, and be consistent in your usage throughout the document.

What are the hypernyms for Whensoever?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Whensoever

His lieutenants, all creatures of Nero, followed his example, and the exasperation of the unfortunate Trinobantes, who were the chief victims, had reached such a point that they were ready for revolt Whensoever the signal might come.
"Beric the Briton A Story of the Roman Invasion"
G. A. Henty
As long, therefore, as it shall please Him to prolong, however imperfectlie, this precious Gift, soe long will I lay up Store agaynst the Days of Darknesse, which may be many; and Whensoever it shall please Him to withdrawe it from me altogether, I will cheerfully bid mine Eyes keep Holiday, and place my Hand trustfullie in His, to be led whithersoever He will, through the Remainder of Life.
"Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary"
Anne Manning
She was prepared to wed the Lord Giovanni with a glad heart and a proud willingness Whensoever he should desire it.
"The Shame of Motley"
Raphael Sabatini

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