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Don't worry about your life; what you shall eat, or drink, or the clothing for your body. [Matthew 6:31]
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Pronunciation

Etymology

From where + ever.

Adverb

wherever (not comparable)

Positive
wherever

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. In or to whatever place; anywhere.
    You can sit wherever you like.
  2. In all places; everywhere.
    Add quotations wherever they are needed
  3. An emphatic form of where.
    Wherever have you been, all my life?

Usage notes

  • In the emphatic form, wherever is strictly two words ("where ever") when used in questions, but "wherever" is common, especially in US usage.

Translations

Conjunction

wherever

  1. In or to all places or situations.
    I see mistakes wherever I look

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