whensoever

when·so·ev·er

 (wĕn′sō-ĕv′ər, hwĕn′-)
adv.
At whatever time at all; whenever.
conj.
Whenever.
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whensoever

(ˌwɛnsəʊˈɛvə)
conj, adv
rare an intensive form of whenever
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when•so•ev•er

(ˌʰwɛn soʊˈɛv ər, ˌwɛn-)

conj., adv.
at whatsoever time; whenever.
[1275–1325]
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But however and whensoever he did escape, what hatred he must cherish against him to whom he owed his long imprisonment; who had taken him, rich, brave, glorious, beloved by women, feared by men, to cut off his life's best, happiest years; for it is not life, it is merely existence, in prison!
And therefore, whensoever it cometh to that pass, that one saith, Ecce in deserto, another saith, Ecce in penetralibus; that is, when some men seek Christ, in the conventicles of heretics, and others, in an outward face of a church, that voice had need continually to sound in men's ears, Nolite exire, - Go not out.
Even the heart of Zeus, who delights in thunder, is led astray by her; though he is greatest of all and has the lot of highest majesty, she beguiles even his wise heart whensoever she pleases, and mates him with mortal women, unknown to Hera, his sister and his wife, the grandest far in beauty among the deathless goddesses -- most glorious is she whom wily Cronos with her mother Rhea did beget: and Zeus, whose wisdom is everlasting, made her his chaste and careful wife.
Thou mayest shoot them whensoever thou dost list." Last of all he turned to stout Hubert.
So saying, he cast him off again; and calling the long comrade aside after taking a few hasty turns by himself, bade him immediately write and post against the wall, a notice, proscribing one Joseph Willet (commonly known as Joe) of Chigwell; forbidding all 'Prentice Knights to succour, comfort, or hold communion with him; and requiring them, on pain of excommunication, to molest, hurt, wrong, annoy, and pick quarrels with the said Joseph, whensoever and wheresoever they, or any of them, should happen to encounter him.
And when one of the company told him, he had disparaged himself by so dirty an employment, his answer was: that the thought of what he had done would prove music to him at midnight, and the omission of it would have upbraided and made discord in his conscience whensoever he should pass by that place.
Give way before him whensoever you meet him, lest you go down to the house of Hades even though fate would have it otherwise.
I did intend to read it, straight on end, whensoever I was called upon to say anything in my defence.
So, now thou art to be at an hour's warning, whensoever and wheresoever the devil shall fetch thee.
As Thomas Jefferson explained in the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798: "Whensoever the general [federal] government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force." He added: "Where powers are assumed which have not been delegated, a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy: that every State has a natural right in cases not within the compact [the Constitution] ...
He concluded: "Whensoever the monks lift the finger, Spain has ceased to rule in the Philippines.