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1whichever

adjective which·ev·er \hwich-ˈe-vər, wich-\

: whatever one or ones out of a group

Full Definition of WHICHEVER

:  being whatever one or ones out of a group :  no matter which <its soothing … effect will be the same whichever way you take it — Punch>

Examples of WHICHEVER

  1. Choose whichever one you want.
  2. He will support whichever candidate wins.

First Known Use of WHICHEVER

14th century

2whichever

pronoun

: whatever one or ones out of a group

Full Definition of WHICHEVER

:  whatever one or ones out of a group <take two of the four elective subjects, whichever you prefer>

Examples of WHICHEVER

  1. We can go on Tuesday or Friday, whichever you prefer.
  2. You may leave at 4:00 or when you've finished the job, whichever comes first.

First Known Use of WHICHEVER

14th century

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