Definition of whatsoever in English:

whatsoever

adverb

  • with negative At all (used for emphasis)

    ‘I have no doubt whatsoever’
    • ‘However, I've heard of fish much bigger and I have no reason to doubt the tales whatsoever.’
    • ‘Often politicians are accused of having no powers of empathy whatsoever.’
    • ‘In my own testimony, I have no doubt whatsoever that I was both a Christian and demonized.’
    • ‘There was no doubt whatsoever in Katherine's mind that this was a change for the better.’
    • ‘I was left in no doubt whatsoever that Mr Bradley was speaking the truth and that Mr Doshi was not.’
    • ‘It is to do with the loss of our national identity and nothing whatsoever to do with money or benefits we may or may not derive from such a move.’
    • ‘That provision is put in this bill to remove any doubt whatsoever for Mr Williams.’
    • ‘I also hadn't received my New Statesman last Friday, and had no post whatsoever on Saturday.’
    • ‘Looking at the plan, there can be no doubt whatsoever as to the extent of area A1.’
    • ‘I have no time whatsoever for asylum seekers, whether they be in Centenary Square or elsewhere.’
    • ‘That was their strength, so it was hard for him to try and find the gaps, but he certainly did not look out of place whatsoever.’
    • ‘People don't like nuance in a leader, they don't like any self-doubt whatsoever.’
    • ‘Strange to report then that with its new car it has made no effort whatsoever to ape the rather appealing styling of the last one.’
    • ‘There is actually no truth whatsoever in this and we apologise to all.’
    • ‘It is not right to do what Mr Kamati did, by no means whatsoever, but I sympathise with him.’
    • ‘He's entitled to his opinions but he has no proof whatsoever other than it's in an area where there are salmon farms.’
    • ‘Because when you do it there will be no doubt, none whatsoever, that it is real.’
    • ‘He attempted to order a beer, but had a little difficulty, as he knew no German whatsoever.’
    • ‘There was virtually no foreign investment whatsoever and expats had not so many things to do.’

pronoun & determiner

archaic
  • Whatever.

    ‘he would distribute the money among his partners in whatsoever proportion agreed previously’
    • ‘To will, wish, or strive for anything whatsoever one must in advance already care.’
    • ‘We are going to add some to our existing hedge as well since there seems to be no top soil whatsoever left in it.’

Pronunciation

whatsoever

/wɒtsəʊˈɛvə/