howsoever

[hou-soh-ev-er]
adverb
1.
to whatsoever extent or degree.
2.
in whatsoever manner.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see how1, so1, ever

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howsoever (ˌhaʊsəʊˈɛvə)
 
sentence connector, —adv
a less common word for however

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Example sentences
It is not unknown for presidents to fall out with their governing bodies, howsoever these are set up.
Howsoever it may seem to you to touch me, disregard that.
Their editors, howsoever ideologically committed, want to produce publications that surprise and delight.
We accept no liability to third parties, howsoever arising.
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