American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- pro. Whatever one or ones.
- adj. Being any one or any number of a group: Read whichever books you please. It's a long trip whichever road you take. See Usage Note at whatever.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Whether one or the other; no matter which.
GNU Webster's 1913
- prep. Whether one or another; whether one or the other; which; that one (of two or more) which.
“Senate bill: Those without insurance would pay either $750 per year per person up to $2,250 per family or two percent of household income, whichever is greater.”
“This guidance does not apply to health care settings where the exclusion period should be continued for 7 days from symptom onset or until the resolution of symptoms, whichever is longer.”
“Mortgage Insurance Premium Under the HECM program, borrowers are charged a mortgage insurance premium (MIP), equivalent to 2% of the maximum claim amount, or home price, whichever is less, and a yearly premium afterward equivalent to 0.5% of the loan balance.”
“It looks like you can choose only between the first paragraph or the first 255 characters, whichever is shorter.”
“Ship them back whichever is cheapest, don't worry about the change, use it to help cover shipping costs for some of the other guys.”
“Regardless of what I think of their take on Christianity and their politics, I can only wish them peace and healing in whichever direction Josie leads them in. datingjesus”
“Tanya pleads, in whichever bar, office, restaurant or sunbed saloon she's stalked him to, chucking him her trademark satanic glare, turning on a six-inch Roberto Cavalli heel and stropping off.”
“Morehouse has a chance to embrace the full spectrum of people who identify as male and of African descent, and see if they can develop a strong character amongst these brothers so that they can lead in whichever community it be.”
“The next motion called on Plaid MPs to seek an amendment to the Changing Orders Act 1978, to prevent creditors obtaining a charging order to recover an unsecured loan unless the loan exceeds £30k or 25% of the value of the asset, whichever is greater.”
“The best bet to find Haikasoru titles is probably in whichever store local to you carries other VIZ titles.”
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