whithersoever

whith·er·so·ev·er

 (wĭth′ər-sō-ĕv′ər, hwĭth′-)
adv. Archaic
To whatever place; to any place whatsoever.
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whithersoever

(ˌwɪðəsəʊˈɛvə)
adv, conj
archaic or poetic to whichever place
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References in classic literature ?
"Doubtless they would have gone whithersoever his sword pointed the way," answered Grandfather; "and Washington was anxious to make a decisive assault upon the enemy.
A carriage waits your orders, and Ali and Myrtho will accompany you whithersoever you desire to go.
She was ready to follow whithersoever he should lead.
Sailing across the bay to the Cheniere Caminada, Edna felt as if she were being borne away from some anchorage which had held her fast, whose chains had been loosening--had snapped the night before when the mystic spirit was abroad, leaving her free to drift whithersoever she chose to set her sails.
We have gone whithersoever we chose, to-day, and have met with nothing but the kindest attentions.
Jones was commanded to leave the house immediately, and told, that his clothes and everything else should be sent to him whithersoever he should order them.
"Whithersoever Providence wills; but, at all events, from east to west."
These observations heightened my curiosity, and I resolved to follow the stranger whithersoever he should go.
So Minor Canon Row knew Neville Landless no more; and he went whithersoever he would, or could, with a blight upon his name and fame.
"Let your highness, lady, lead on whithersoever is most pleasing to you;" but before she could answer the licentiate said:
Finally, everything was done according to rule, and the travellers were at liberty to depart whithersoever they would.
Weller hauled his master down the stairs, and down the court, and having safely deposited him in Cornhill, fell behind, prepared to follow whithersoever he should lead.