- in any way; to any extent or degree: usually following how and an adjective: how dark soever the night may be
- of any kind; at all: no rest soever
Origin of soeversee so and ever
any (person, thing, time, place, manner, etc.) of all those possible: added, for emphasis or generalization, to who, what, when, where, how, etc.
At all; in any way: “Space to breathe, how short soever” ( Ben Jonson )
- ever so, everso