whoever: Associated Words
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Part of speech
Number of Syllables
  • swindles
    • noun the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme
      cheat; rig.
      • that book is a fraud
    • verb deprive of by deceit
      rook; scam; gip; nobble; goldbrick; con; short-change; mulct; gyp; bunco; victimize; hornswoggle; diddle; defraud.
      • He swindled me out of my inheritance
      • She defrauded the customers who trusted her
      • the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change

  • blasphemes
    • verb utter obscenities or profanities
      imprecate; cuss; curse; swear.
      • The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street
    • verb speak of in an irreverent or impious manner
      • blaspheme God

  • betide
    • verb become of; happen to
      befall; bechance.
      • He promised that no harm would befall her
      • What has become of my children?

  • embezzles
    • verb appropriate (as property entrusted to one's care) fraudulently to one's own use
      misappropriate; defalcate; malversate; peculate.
      • The accountant embezzled thousands of dollars while working for the wealthy family

  • patentable
    Suitable to be patented; capable of being patented.
  • humbles
    • verb cause to be unpretentious
      • This experience will humble him
    • verb cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
      abase; chagrin; mortify; humiliate.
      • He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss

  • alerting
    • noun a state of readiness to respond
      • alerting was indicated by the desynchronization of the EEG
    • noun a warning serves to make you more alert to danger

  • desecrates
    • verb violate the sacred character of a place or language
      outrage; violate; profane.
      • desecrate a cemetery
      • violate the sanctity of the church
      • profane the name of God
    • verb remove the consecration from a person or an object
      deconsecrate; unhallow.

  • punishes
    • verb impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on
      penalize; penalise.
      • The students were penalized for showing up late for class
      • we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again

  • confiders
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  • strangle
    • verb kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air
      strangulate; throttle.
      • he tried to strangle his opponent
      • A man in Boston has been strangling several dozen prostitutes
    • verb conceal or hide
      muffle; stifle; smother; repress.
      • smother a yawn
      • muffle one's anger
      • strangle a yawn

  • kidnaps
    • verb take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom
      abduct; nobble; snatch.
      • The industrialist's son was kidnapped

  • punish
    • verb impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on
      penalize; penalise.
      • The students were penalized for showing up late for class
      • we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again

  • disbelieves
    • verb reject as false; refuse to accept

  • cursing
    • noun profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger
      swearing; swearword; expletive; cuss; oath; curse word.
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    • noun an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group
      condemnation; execration.

  • disobeys
    • verb refuse to go along with; refuse to follow; be disobedient
      • He disobeyed his supervisor and was fired

  • anathematized
    • verb curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
      accurse; execrate; anathematise; anathemise; comminate; anathemize.

  • abets
    • verb assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing

  • greet
    • verb express greetings upon meeting someone
      recognize; recognise.
    • verb send greetings to

  • adulterates
    • verb corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones
      load; stretch; dilute; debase.
      • adulterate liquor
    • adjective satellite mixed with impurities
      adulterated; debased.

  • accosts
    • verb speak to someone
      come up to; address.
    • verb approach with an offer of sexual favors
      hook; solicit.
      • he was solicited by a prostitute
      • The young man was caught soliciting in the park

  • peruses
    • verb examine or consider with attention and in detail
      • Please peruse this report at your leisure

  • kill
    • noun the act of terminating a life
      putting to death; killing.
    • noun the destruction of an enemy plane or ship or tank or missile
      • the pilot reported two kills during the mission

  • disowns
    • verb prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting
    • verb cast off
      repudiate; renounce.
      • She renounced her husband
      • The parents repudiated their son

  • catch
    • noun a drawback or difficulty that is not readily evident
      • it sounds good but what's the catch?
    • noun the quantity that was caught
      • the catch was only 10 fish

  • defames
    • verb charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
      sully; smirch; smear; asperse; slander; denigrate; calumniate; besmirch.
      • The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation

  • cursed
    • adjective deserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier
      • villagers shun the area believing it to be cursed
      • cursed with four daughter
      • not a cursed drop
      • his cursed stupidity
      • I'll be cursed if I can see your reasoning
    • verb utter obscenities or profanities
      imprecate; cuss; curse; blaspheme; swear.
      • The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street

  • heeds
    • noun paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
      paying attention; attentiveness; regard.
      • his attentiveness to her wishes
      • he spends without heed to the consequences
    • verb pay close attention to; give heed to
      mind; listen.
      • Heed the advice of the old men

  • invite
    • noun a colloquial expression for invitation
      • he didn't get no invite to the party
    • verb increase the likelihood of
      ask for.
      • ask for trouble
      • invite criticism

  • offed
    • verb kill intentionally and with premeditation
      murder; slay; dispatch; remove; hit; bump off; polish off.
      • The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered
    • adjective not in operation or operational
      • the oven is off
      • the lights are off

  • confront
    • verb oppose, as in hostility or a competition
      • You must confront your opponent
      • Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring
      • The two enemies finally confronted each other
    • verb deal with (something unpleasant) head on
      face up; face.
      • You must confront your problems
      • He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes

  • contravenes
    • verb go against, as of rules and laws
      run afoul; infringe; conflict.
      • He ran afoul of the law
      • This behavior conflicts with our rules
    • verb deny the truth of
      negate; contradict.

  • maybe
    • adverb by chance
      perchance; perhaps; possibly; peradventure; mayhap.
      • perhaps she will call tomorrow
      • we may possibly run into them at the concert
      • it may peradventure be thought that there never was such a time

  • transgresses
    • verb act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises
      go against; infract; violate; break; offend; breach.
      • offend all laws of humanity
      • violate the basic laws or human civilization
      • break a law
      • break a promise
    • verb spread over land, especially along a subsiding shoreline
      • The sea transgresses along the West coast of the island

  • marry
    • verb take in marriage
      get hitched with; wed; conjoin; get married; espouse; hook up with.
    • verb perform a marriage ceremony
      tie; splice; wed.
      • The minister married us on Saturday
      • We were wed the following week
      • The couple got spliced on Hawaii

  • profanes
    • verb corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
      pervert; debase; misdirect; subvert; debauch; deprave; vitiate; corrupt; demoralise; demoralize.
      • debauch the young people with wine and women
      • Socrates was accused of corrupting young men
      • Do school counselors subvert young children?
      • corrupt the morals
    • verb violate the sacred character of a place or language
      outrage; desecrate; violate.
      • desecrate a cemetery
      • violate the sanctity of the church
      • profane the name of God

  • excommunicate
    • verb exclude from a church or a religious community
      curse; unchurch.
      • The gay priest was excommunicated when he married his partner
    • verb oust or exclude from a group or membership by decree

  • exalts
    • verb praise, glorify, or honor
      glorify; extol; laud; proclaim.
      • extol the virtues of one's children
      • glorify one's spouse's cooking
    • verb fill with sublime emotion
      thrill; tickle pink; inebriate; exhilarate; beatify.
      • The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies
      • He was inebriated by his phenomenal success

  • thanked
    • verb express gratitude or show appreciation to
      give thanks.

  • reviles
    • verb spread negative information about
      vituperate; vilify; rail.
      • The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews

  • outrun
    • verb run faster than
      • in this race, I managed to outran everybody else

  • gainsays
    • verb take exception to
      challenge; dispute.
      • She challenged his claims

  • figured
    • adjective satellite (of e.g. fabric design) adorned with patterns
      • my dress is richly figured"- Amy Lowell
    • verb judge to be probable
      calculate; figure; reckon; forecast; estimate; count on.

  • invents
    • verb come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
      formulate; devise; contrive; excogitate; forge.
      • excogitate a way to measure the speed of light
    • verb make up something artificial or untrue
      fabricate; manufacture; cook up; make up.

  • startle
    • noun a sudden involuntary movement
      jump; start.
      • he awoke with a start
    • verb to stimulate to action
      galvanise; galvanize.
      • ..startled him awake
      • galvanized into action

  • corruptly
    • adverb in a corrupt manner

  • thanking
    • verb express gratitude or show appreciation to
      give thanks.

  • maligns
    • verb speak unfavorably about
      traduce; badmouth; drag through the mud.
      • She badmouths her husband everywhere
    • adjective evil or harmful in nature or influence
      • prompted by malign motives
      • believed in witches and malign spirits
      • gave him a malign look
      • a malign lesion

  • hoping
    • noun the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)
    • noun twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer

  • sows
    • noun an adult female hog
    • verb place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth
      • She sowed sunflower seeds

  • grab
    • noun a mechanical device for gripping an object
    • noun the act of catching an object with the hands
      catch; snap; snatch.
      • Mays made the catch with his back to the plate
      • he made a grab for the ball before it landed
      • Martin's snatch at the bridle failed and the horse raced away
      • the infielder's snap and throw was a single motion

  • welcomes
    • noun the state of being welcome
      • don't outstay your welcome
    • noun a greeting or reception
      • the proposal got a warm welcome

  • murdering
    • noun unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being
      slaying; execution.
    • verb kill intentionally and with premeditation
      off; slay; dispatch; remove; hit; bump off; polish off.
      • The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered

  • tampers
    • noun a tool for tamping (e.g., for tamping tobacco into a pipe bowl or a charge into a drill hole etc.)
      tamp; tamping bar.
    • verb play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly
      fiddle; monkey.
      • Someone tampered with the documents on my desk
      • The reporter fiddle with the facts

  • thrash
    • noun a swimming kick used while treading water
    • verb give a thrashing to; beat hard
      lam; thresh; flail.

  • meddles
    • verb intrude in other people's affairs or business; interfere unwantedly
      • Don't meddle in my affairs!

  • shoot
    • noun a new branch
    • noun the act of shooting at targets
      • they hold a shoot every weekend during the summer

  • philosophizes
    • verb reason philosophically

  • pitied
    • noun a feeling of sympathy and sorrow for the misfortunes of others
      commiseration; ruth; pathos.
      • the blind are too often objects of pity
    • noun an unfortunate development
      • it's a pity he couldn't do it

  • divorces
    • noun the legal dissolution of a marriage
    • verb part; cease or break association with
      dissociate; disjoint; disassociate; disunite.
      • She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president

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Collocation words for "whoever" are words related to "whoever" by occurring either before (prefix words) or after "whoever" (suffix words) in common language usage across multiple media. The words assembled above can be filtered by parts of speech (i.e) nouns, verbs, describing adjectives and adverbs, or by their positive or negative vibes, frequency in usage, whether they are prefix words or suffix words for "whoever" or by the count of syllables each word has.