everwhat

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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From ever +‎ what. Formed similarly to the older words each, every and German irgendwas.

DeterminerEdit

everwhat

  1. (Appalachia) Whatever; whichever.
    • 1906, May Beal, The Rebel at Large, Chapter 6
      Everwhat Gawd does is fair even ef 'taint fair.
    • 2009, Cheryl Mullenax, Vile Things: Extreme Deviations of Horror[1] (Fiction), Comet Press, ISBN 9780982097915, page 16:
      From that fungus and everwhat else is in there.
    "You can ride everwhat three wheeler you want. Besides, it's goin' to be what it's goin' be."

QuotationsEdit

  • NASCAR has let those drivers run their mouths about me, about everwhat they wanted to, calling me a lowlife. - sportsillustrated.cnn.com

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