whensoever

[hwen-soh-ev-er, wen-]
adverb, conjunction
at whatsoever time.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English, equivalent to whenso (modeled on whereso; see wheresoever) + ever ever

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whensoever (ˌwɛnsəʊˈɛvə)
 
conj, —adv
rare an intensive form of whenever

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Whensoever a knight came there, he overthrew him, and sold him for his full worth.
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