Which ever

whichever

[hwich-ev-er, wich-]
pronoun
1.
any one that: Take whichever you like.
2.
no matter which: Whichever you choose, the others will be offended.
adjective
3.
no matter which: whichever day; whichever ones you choose.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see which, ever

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whichever (wɪtʃˈɛvə)
 
determiner
1.  a.  any (one, two, etc, out of several): take whichever car you like
 b.  (as pronoun): choose whichever appeals to you
2.  a.  no matter which (one or ones): whichever card you pick you'll still be making a mistake
 b.  (as pronoun): it won't make any difference, whichever comes first

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whichever
1388, from which + ever.
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