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- adv. However, in whatever manner.
- adv. However, to whatever extent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Howsoever.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Howsoever; however.
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Yea, and when she rated Birdalone, or girded at her, words would come forth which the maiden stored up, and by laying two and two together gat wisdom howso it were.
But howso hard she might toil, she was not through with the work ere night began to fall on her, and she had no mind to go on with her digging by night.
Singingemily524: just i dunno itz not what i expected addicted2dci: howso?
But howso valiant all the others were, the kings and their men, Folker stood up bolder than any against the foes; he was a hero; he wounded many, that they fell down in their blood.
However blithely he doth practice chivalry, and howso fair of body he be, yet might he well make many a comely woman weep, should he e'er grow angry.
And Hogni is fain of his fellow, howso the day's work end,
And all unmoved was her visage, howso her heart-strings yearned.
"But, brother," said Ralph, "howsoever churlish they may be, and howso timorous, I cannot see why they should shut their gates in our faces, a little band, when there is no foe anear them."
Yet one thing I know, Blanche: God can send messages to His childre in their hearts, howso they may come.
I blame not Rachel, for she alway opposeth her to marriage, howso it come.