whencesoever

whence·so·ev·er

 (wĕns′sō-ĕv′ər, hwĕns′-)
adv.
From whatever place or source.
conj.
From any place or source that.
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whencesoever

(ˌwɛnssəʊˈɛvə)
conj, adv (subordinating)
out of whatsoever place, cause, or origin
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Therefore it must be inferred that good counsels, whencesoever they come, are born of the wisdom of the prince, and not the wisdom of the prince from good counsels.
Whencesoever originating, there now arose a theory that undertook so to account for these circumstances as to exclude the idea of Clifford's agency.
(23) Locke holds: "This only I say, that, whencesoever their authority be sprung, since it is ecclesiastical, it ought to be confined within the bounds of the Church, nor can it in any manner be extended to civil affairs, because the Church itself is a thing absolutely separate and distinct from the commonwealth.
It has left me with a detestation of oppression from whencesoever it comes and against whomsoever it is directed.
And so we all of us in some degree Are led to knowledge, whencesoever led, And howsoever; were it otherwise, And we found evil fast as we find good, In our first years, or think that it is found, How could the innocent heart bear up and live!
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