whensoever meaning

Pronunciation:   "whensoever" in a sentence
  • or (literary) whensoe'er /wen-sō-ārˈ or hwen-sō-ārˈ/ conjunction
      At whatsoever time


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  1. bureaucratizing documents; there's even a list of banned words ( abeyance, henceforward, hereinbefore, whensoever, and witnesseth deservedly among them ).
  2. "Resolved, " the Kentucky legislature declared in its opening paragraph, " that whensoever the General Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force ."
  3. So as, if remedy be not thereunto speedily provided, I fear not a little but they shall become altogether unable for ever to rise again and to receive any aid at all, whensoever it were offered.
  4. In Virginia's ratification the reservation is stated thus; " the People of Virginia declare and make known that the powers granted under the Constitution being derived from the People of the United States may be resumed by them whensoever the same shall be perverted to their injury or oppression . . ."
  5. Whensoever the Senate shall receive notice from the House of Representatives that managers are appointed on their part to conduct an impeachment against any person and are directed to carry articles of impeachment to the Senate, the Secretary of the Senate shall immediately inform the House of Representatives that the Senate is ready to receive the managers for the purpose of exhibiting such articles of impeachment agreeably to said notice.

Related Words

  1. whencever meaning
  2. whenchy meaning
  3. whene'er meaning
  4. whenever meaning
  5. whensoe'er meaning
  6. whenua meaning
  7. where meaning
  8. where (have) you been hiding (yourself)? meaning
  9. where (have) you been keeping yourself meaning
  10. where (have) you been keeping yourself? meaning
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