One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used instead of “whosoever” as the object of a verb or preposition.‘they supported his right to marry whomsoever he chose’
- ‘Firstly, it is claimed that gender is unimportant online - that you are free to be yourself, or whomsoever you choose.’
- ‘I shall write an ode for whomsoever solves the problem for me.’
- ‘In political circles it was said that whomsoever won Tunapuna invariably won the country.’
- ‘The ruler chose whomsoever he wanted to fulfil the task in hand, from the men at his disposal.’
- ‘In the countryside I know no-one whomsoever who has not lost an animal.’
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