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ut-cumque (-cunq-; old, utquomque), adv.,

at whatever time, whenever: utcumque exaestuat aut deficit mare, L.: ibimus, ibimus, Utcumque praecedes, H.—In what way soever, howsoever, however: (orator) utcumque se adfectum videri et animum audientis moveri volet, ita, etc.: utcumque res sese habet, L.—Ellipt.: sed utcumque, seu iniuncta seu suscepta foret militia, et eam exhaustam, etc., however it might be, L.—Somehow, in one way or another: quae dubiis in rebus utcumque tolerata essent, ea non ultra pati, L.: dum utcumque explicaretur agmen, L.

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