Definition of Whoso. Meaning of Whoso. Synonyms of Whoso

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Definition of Whoso

Whoso
Whoso Who"so, pron. Whosoever. -- Piers Plowman. Whoso shrinks or falters now, . . . Brand the craven on his brow! --Whittier.

Meaning of Whoso from wikipedia

- God; whoso contendeth with them hath contended with God; whoso disputeth with him hath disputed with God; whoso denieth him hath denied God; whoso disbelieveth...
- Whoso Is Without Sin is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Fred Paul and starring Hilda Moore, Milton Rosmer and Flora Morris. The screenplay...
- century poet Petrarch, 16th-century poet Sir Thomas Wyatt, in his lyric poem "Whoso list to hunt", says the speaker is hunting a hind, who stands for the elusive...
- among those who accompanied the royal party to France. Wyatt's sonnet "Whoso List To Hunt" may also allude to Anne's relationship with the King: Graven...
- a fall,' 'the wages of sin is death;' adverbs and pronouns as 'verily, whoso, forasmuch as; phrases as come to p****, children's children, the fat of...
- them in honour, not in fornication, nor taking them as secret concubines. Whoso denieth the faith, his work is vain and he will be among the losers in the...
- English-language version of the Arthurian tales, the 15th-century Le Morte d'Arthur: "Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone and anvil, is rightwise king born of...
- "protect the bearer of this blessed Tablet, and whoso reciteth it, and whoso cometh upon it, and whoso p****eth around the house wherein it is. Heal Thou...
- poorest hemp-spinstress shall be as free as a priest shall. On Prisoners Whoso escapeth from prison to the Imperial Court, be he a serf of the Crown, or...
- what it had been in 1300. A proverb quoted by Sir John Davies said that "whoso lives by west of the Barrow, lives west of the law." The earls of Kildare...