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How do you say whatever nicely?

How do you say whatever nicely?

  1. Synonyms for whatever. anyhow, anyway, anyways. [chiefly dialect], regardless.
  2. Words Related to whatever. after all, however, nevertheless. always.
  3. Phrases Synonymous with whatever. at all events, at any rate, in any case, in any event, no matter, whether or no. (or whether or not)

Is whatsoever rude?

Yes, it’s rude. « Whatever » expresses indifference; often, expressing indifference is dismissive, and in this case, it’s dismissive of what the other person has to say. Semantically, it’s equivalent to responding with « I don’t care ». Being dismissive is what makes it rude.

What type of word is whatever?

Whatever can be a pronoun, a determiner, or an adverb. You use whatever as a pronoun or determiner to refer to anything or everything of a particular kind. I read whatever I could find about the course.

Is Feel free rude?

In this respect, any speech beginning with both Do not hesitate » or « Feel Free » are not polite in formal English. These are mostly used in American Language which is known to be the « Language of the Man-in-the Street ».

What’s the difference between whatever and whatsoever?

« Whatever » is used as a noun equivalent to « no matter what« . It’s an important part of the sentence and cannot be deleted. « Whatsoever » is used as an adverb with sentences with negative meanings. It can be deleted.

Is replying OK rude?

Gretchen McCulloch, an internet linguist and author of the upcoming book Because Internet, said OK is not inherently rude but the length of a reply matters. “Anything that’s shorter can sound curter, anything that’s longer can sound more polite,” McCulloch said.

What is the difference between what and whatever?

As pronouns the difference between whatever and what

is that whatever is anything; used to indicate that the speaker does not care about options while what is (interrogative) which thing, event, circumstance, etc: used interrogatively in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.

What does it mean when someone says whatever you say?

DEFINITIONS1. used for telling someone that you are ready to accept their decision, especially when you do not really agree with them but you do not want to argue. ‘I think we should deal with this matter ourselves. ‘ ‘Oh, all right. Whatever you say.

Where does the word whatever come from?

whatever (pron.)

From late 14c. as « anything at all; all of; no matter what or who. » From late 14c. as an adjective, « any sort of, any, every; no matter what, regardless of what. » From 1870 as « whatever may be the cause, at any event, » which could be the source of the modern teen slang dismissive use.

How do you respond to feel free?

These phrases can include:

  1. « Okay. »
  2. « Sure. »
  3. « All right. »
  4. « Thanks. »
  5. « Can do »/ « Will do » (« I can do that », « I will do that » — both are very informal)

What can I say instead of feel free?

What is another word for feel free?

absolutely sure
I can’t say no to that go for your life
go on you got it
I concur I
righty correct

What to say instead of feel free to reach out?

Expressions for showing them you want to help

  1. If I can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
  2. If you require any further information, feel free to contact me.
  3. If you require any further information, let me know.
  4. Please feel free to contact me if you need any further information.

Has nothing whatever to do with meaning?

to not involve someone or something: This argument has nothing to do with me. Much of the bill has nothing to do with civil rights.

What so ever means?

at all; in any case; of any kind; in any way (used with generalizing force after who, what, when, where, how, any, all, etc., sometimes separated by intervening words): Choose what thing soever you please.

What does not whatsoever mean?

used for emphasizing a negative statement. no something whatsoever: It had no effect whatsoever. I have no doubt whatsoever.

Is KK rude?

According to Urban Dictionary: « Importantly, using ‘kk’ instead of ‘Okay’ avoids any suggestion of sarcasm or doubt. There are lots of ways of inflecting Okay. kk is just pure acknowledgement; your message is received.

What is the best reply of OK?

“Ok” is a reply. Unless you want to get into an endless cycle of “Ok” then “Ok, great!” then “Ok, fine” etc etc, leave it at the first ok and don’t reply at all. Just smile and move on, either to another topic or another location.

What should I reply instead of OK?


  • agreeable,
  • all right,
  • alright,
  • copacetic.
  • (also copasetic or copesetic),
  • ducky,
  • fine,
  • good,

How do you use whatever in a sentence?

Whatever sentence example

  1. Whatever happens, it’s us together and we’ll make it. …
  2. The Internet is whatever we make it to be. …
  3. Whatever he’s paying you, I’ll double. …
  4. Whatever the case, Mary questioned anything that might indicate discord between Carmen and Alex. …
  5. Whatever the case, it certainly wasn’t worth arguing about.

What is the difference between whatever and however?

Whatever you do, don’t lose this key.

It doesn’t matter how, what, when, etc.

form meaning
however ‘any way at all’ or ‘it doesn’t matter how’
whatever ‘anything at all’ or ‘it doesn’t matter what’
whichever ‘any one at all’ or ‘it doesn’t matter which’
whenever ‘any time at all’ or ‘it doesn’t matter when’

When a woman says whatever you say?

What it means when a woman says whatever? When a girl says whatever, it is either she has nothing more left to say but does not wants to agree to what you have said,or she knows she is right but it’s in vain to make you understand so she just wants to drop the topic, like “Yeah, whatever.

How do you use whatever you say?

(spoken) used

to agree to somebody’s suggestion

because you do not want to argue: ‘Just do it now! ‘ ‘Whatever you say. ‘

See also:

  1. go for (something)
  2. go for it.
  3. go to see a man about a dog.
  4. got.
  5. go see a man about a dog.
  6. go well with.
  7. go well with (someone or something)
  8. going to (do something)

What does it mean if someone says do whatever you want?

It basically means « go ahead« . People normally say it when they have an attitude, or are annoyed with someone but it can be used in a general context. For example: « can I see my friends tonight? »  » Do whatever you want »

Who started saying whatever?

Wikipedia traces the expression to two 1965 US television sitcoms, Bewitched and My Mother the Car. Its popularity probably peaked with the 1995 film Clueless, and fifteen years after that, the word had topped the Marist poll two years running for the most annoying word.

Can you use whatever in an essay?

In your sentence, yes, because it introduces a clause: « whatever the people believe. » The dismissive « whatever » that stands alone is purely colloquial, and should not be used in formal writing.

How do you say whatever in short?

WTV is short for whatever, and it is used in texting and chat to imply not caring, being bored, or just being uninspired. Related words: wtvtf.



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