from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- pro. The objective case of whoever. See Usage Note at who.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- pro. Objective case of whoever.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The objective case of whoever.
I can't go, but I'm certain whomever gets to will feel very lucky to have you helping mentor this year.
Whether or not the man holding the title deserved respect, the title itself certainly does, therefore, whomever is holding the title POTUS, deserves respect.
Lots of cash to pay whomever is taking care of Trig ...
We now have a new POTUS ... it he keeps going the way he is, whomever is POTUS next will have a field day looking back on this administration.
My bias stands on history, a history of near on 35 years on the front lines, cleaning up the messes mad by experts, carrying the agenda of whomever is paying the bill.
Otherwise you're just fapping on whatever geek power you think you have, and not doing any quality control on what gets send to whomever is asking for your help.
Get rid of the points and give the gear to whomever is providing the best content.
He also seems to be more focused on his personal image than the state of our nation ..... whomever is doing his PR needs a new approach.
In fact I would go out of my way to ensure she would not be elected by joining whomever is going against her.
Put someone else in - republican, democrat - whomever is better for the State and the Nation.
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