Word of the Day: QUOMODOCUNQUIZE

ETYMOLOGY
– from classical Latin quōmodocunque, a variant of quōmodocumque (in whatever way); from quōmodo (in what way) + cumque 

EXAMPLE
“…whereof those quomodocunquizing clusterfists and rapacious varlets have given of late such cannibal-like proofs, by their inhumanity and obdurate carriage towards some…”

From: The Works of Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty, Knight.
Reprinted From the Original Editions, 1834
The Discovery of a Most Exquisite Jewel, 1652

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