whosesoever

Related to whosesoever: whosoever

whosesoever

(ˌhuːzsəʊˈɛvə)
pron
of or belonging to whomsoever

whose•so•ev•er

(ˌhuz soʊˈɛv ər)

pron.
1. the possessive case of whosoever used as an attributive adjective: Whosesoever books are overdue will be fined.
2. the one or ones belonging to whomsoever: Whosesoever is left here will be confiscated.
[1605–15]
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All the rest, residue and remainder of my property whether real, personal or mixed and whosesoever situated which I may own or have the right to dispose of at the time of my death, I give, devise and bequeath to ABRAHAM ALEXANDER, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER, BRANDON BEESON, my niece, SUSAN BOGAR, my niece, JENNIFER BOGAR, and MARK BAKER, share and share alike or to the survivor or survivors of them.
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Thus Purgatory may appeal to the 'saving by fire; and 'entering through much tribulation into the kingdom of God'; the communication of the merits of the Saints to our 'receiving a prophet's reward' for 'receiving a prophet in the name of a prophet" and 'a righteous man's reward' for 'receiving a righteous man in the name of a righteous man'; the Real Presence to 'This is My Body'; Absolution to 'Whosesoever sins ye remit, they are remitted'; Extreme Unction to 'Anointing him with oil in the Name of the Lord'; Voluntary poverty to 'Sell all that thou hast'; obedience
"We are today living in a increasingly interdependent world and whosesoever I meet (the world leaders) I convey to them that all problems between India and Pakistan can be resolved through meaningful bilateral dialogue if only Pakistan would take a more reasonable attitude to dealing with those terrorist elements who target our country," he said.