Whatever in a sentence

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Definition of Whatever

  • Anything soever which; the thing or things of any kind; being this or that; of one nature or another; one thing or another; anything that may be; all that; the whole that; all particulars that; -- used both substantively and adjectively.

How to use whatever in a sentence. Whatever pronunciation.

Whatever his misfortunes in Mexico had been, his forty years sat lightly on him, and his expansive temperament, his childlike sentimentality, gave him an appearance of beaming, sophisticated youth.
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Whatever the object, he was secretly taken to his house from the Palace, and his brother Nahoum seized upon his estate in the early morning.
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She's a great Enemy to all Enclosures, for whatever she has, she makes it common.
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She is the very Magazine of Taciturnity; for whatever she sees, she says nothing; it being a standing Maxim with her, _That they that cannot make Sport, shou'd spoil none_.
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Alsatia_, or any other German Rope-dancer whatever.
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She wrote a very pretty hand, and had no difficulty whatever about punctuation.
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Ground for serious uneasiness there was none whatever; he could more than make ends meet, and had every reason to hope it would always be so; but it would relieve his mind if the end of the year saw a rather larger surplus.
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If it were desired, Miss Derrick could step into the garden whilst her mother said whatever she wished to say.
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He, the electrical engineer, or whatever he was, could hardly be such a ruffian as the girl depicted.
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Emmeline and her husband held a council that night, and resolved that, whatever the issue of Louise's appeal to her stepfather, this was a very good opportunity for getting rid of their guest.
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Emmeline awaited the disclosure of her guest's project, which had more than once been alluded to yesterday; she could not dream of permitting Louise to stay for more than a day or two, whatever the suggestion offered.
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When Saturday came the state of things at "Runnymede" had undergone no change whatever; Emmeline still waited for a moment of courage, and Mumford, though he did not relish the prospect, began to think it more than probable that Miss Derrick would hold her ground until her actual marriage with Mr. Bowling.
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There was no necessity whatever for any further communication between Clarence and Miss Derrick.
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Hitherto uncertain in her judgment, she had now the relief of an assurance that Miss Derrick was not at all a proper person to entertain as a guest, on whatever terms.
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And every people bearing within itself the pledge of strength, full of active qualities of soul, of its own sharply defined peculiarities, and other gifts of God, has characteristically distinguished itself by its own special word, by which, while expressing any object whatever, it also reflects in the expression its own share of its own distinctive character.
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Those who studied them could not apply their knowledge to anything whatever, not even the least scholastic of them.
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But whatever the reason, the precious manuscript was forever lost; and the second part of the work remains sadly incomplete, partly written up from rough notes left by the author, Partly supplied by another hand.
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Whatever toy will comfort the child . . .
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The fact is, that there is certainly a great deal of power in whatever Dostoevski wrote: his powers of creation suggest those of Hoffmann; and his sympathy with the most down-trodden and down-cast products of the civilisation of our large towns is so deep that it carries away the most indifferent reader and exercises a most powerful impression in the right direction upon young readers.
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It is impossible for him to conceal anything whatever from his honourable fellow-citizens.
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Examples of Whatever

Example #1
David was slowly apprehending these things as he talked-subconsciously, as it were; for he was seeing pictures of the things he himself had observed, through the lens of another mind, as primitive in some regards as his own, but influenced by different experiences.
Example #2
Lacey had talked so much, not because he was garrulous only, but because the inquiry in David's eyes was an encouragement to talk.
Example #3
To-day they told me at the Palace that his carriage was seen to leave with himself and Mizraim the Chief Eunuch.
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He died in Kaid Pasha's Palace, where other men have died, and none has inquired too closely.
Example #5
And tho' never so many get it, yet none carries it away, but she still has it ready for the next Customers.
Example #6
But the mark being out of her Mouth, and she grown past her own Labour, yet being a well-wisher to the Mathematicks, she sets up for a Procurer of fresh Goods for her old Customers.