whatsoever

[hwuht-soh-ev-er, hwot-, wuht-, wot-]
pronoun, adjective
(an intensive form of whatever ): whatsoever it be; in any place whatsoever.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English, equivalent to what so whatever (Old English swā hwæt swā) + ever ever

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whatsoever (ˌwɒtsəʊˈɛvə)
 
adj
1.  (postpositive) at all: used as an intensifier with indefinite pronouns and determiners such as none, any, no one, anybody, etc
 
pron
2.  an archaic word for whatever

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Example sentences
Mine look a little better than yours but remain stunted with no vine vigor
  whatsoever.
My mom sprinkled salt on the fire, which had no effect whatsoever.
Plus, this one's made of vinyl urethane, requiring occasional dusting but no
  food whatsoever.
No evidence for this whatsoever, and every serious archaeologist knows it.
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