whithersoever

[hwith-er-soh-ev-er, with-]
conjunction Archaic.
to whatsoever place.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English, equivalent to whitherso whithersoever (Old English swā hwider swā) + ever ever

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whithersoever (ˌwɪðəsəʊˈɛvə)
 
adv, —conj
archaic, poetic or to whichever place

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After this had been partaken of, amid scenes of the happiest kind, they all departed whithersoever they chose.
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