(a. & pron.) One indifferently, out of an indefinite number; one indefinitely, whosoever or whatsoever it may be.
(a. & pron.) Some, of whatever kind, quantity, or number; as, are there any witnesses present? are there any other houses like it?
(adv.) To any extent; in any degree; at all.
(pron. & a.) Whatever.
(1) "I think if you look at my record since I have been a manager, I have never had any indiscretions whatsoever," Rodgers continued.
(2) There has been absolutely no suggestion whatsoever that any actions have been taken by the prime minister, either as prime minister or as minister for communications,” he said.
(3) "The UK is not a banana republic and we do ourselves no favours whatsoever by appearing to behave like one".
(4) [The loan is] appalling, no one had any idea whatsoever,” said Elena Korka, a senior culture ministry policymaker involved in restitution efforts since 1986.
(5) It’s not an entirely controversy-free choice, considering that Harden hasn’t been a starter for more than two seasons, doesn’t have the best track record as far as being a team player goes and at times has been bad enough on defense that you could make an entire YouTube playlist devoted entirely to clips of him failing to make any defensive effort whatsoever.
(6) The point of my anecdote is not to compare success bred by 2 very different education systems, but to say that in my experience children develop at different rates, and that any tests done on my son aged 5 would have had no prefictive value whatsoever.
(7) No true evangelical ought to be tempted to give such tales any credence whatsoever, no matter how popular they become,” Johnson wrote.
(8) the mesonephros plays no part whatsoever in the formation of the ovary.
(9) Antibodies to TGF-beta 1 and TGF-beta 2 were added to other aliquots and did not alter the results whatsoever.
(10) The girl who wishes to run no pregnancy risk whatsoever, who is not fearful of side effects, who has no strong feelings about ingesting chemicals, who is confident of not forgetting to take the pill regularly, and who desires the convenience of routine is most likely to select the oral contraceptive.
(11) Gove is showing no integrity whatsoever in what he says in the referendum debate.” Vote Leave countered that the home secretary, Theresa May, had herself raised concerns about Turkish organised crime in April.
(12) A possible battle in the high court could ensue and potentially another saga that is likely to do no good whatsoever for the club, who this season are rebuilding on the road to a potential first return to the Premier League since 2004.
(13) And that they were actually doing a lot of work out in the garage and she was kind of suspicious and was wanting to report it but she was, ‘I didn’t want to profile.’” Elswick did not name this other neighbor; this appears to be the only account that even remotely resembles Trump’s story, for which there is no evidence whatsoever that anyone saw explosives.
(14) No response whatsoever could, on the other hand, be observed in the great majority of children tested 1-3 months after having received oral polio vaccine or in healthy adults.
(15) You see democracy in progress or no progress whatsoever.
(16) However, effect of cycloleucine "in vitro" is not specific whatsoever its concentration; similar results are obtained with neutral amino acids such as alpha-alanine and valine.
(17) So there were no gender connotations whatsoever in the choice?
(18) When tested with fully acclimated animals, devazepide and L-365,260 had no effect whatsoever; they neither enhanced nor attenuated morphine-induced antinociception.
(19) Triacylglycerols and free fatty acids showed no effect whatsoever.
(20) No antipyretic actions whatsoever were produced by extracts of A. heterophyllum roots and Hedysarum alhagi aerial parts.