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adverb, relative pronoun, & exclamationinformal
Whatever.[as exclamation] ‘I'm sure someone will disagree with my summary, but whatevs’‘It's not how I envisioned spending my Friday night. Whatev’[as adverb] ‘we have some potatoes that we could grill too (or mash, or bake, or whatevs)’[as pronoun] ‘I have no set plans and am open to whatevs’anyway, anyhow, in any case, nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding, despite everything, in spite of everything, for all that, after everything, no matter what, even so, just the same, all the same, be that as it may, in any event, come what may, whatever the costView synonyms
1990s: alteration of whatever.
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