[hou-soh-ev-er] /ˌhaʊ soʊˈɛv ər/
to whatsoever extent or degree.
in whatsoever manner.
sentence connector, adverb
a less common word for however
- How something can you get
sentence It is impossible to be or behave to a more extreme degree; this is the utmost: ”How tacky can you get?” Maddie said disgustedly/ He did? How stupid can you get? (1951+)
- How the land lies
see: lay of the land
[hou-too] /ˈhaʊˈtu/ adjective 1. giving or pertaining to basic instructions and directions to the layperson on the methods for doing or making something, especially as a hobby or for practical use: a how-to book on photography. noun, plural how-tos. 2. a set of step-by-step instructions for accomplishing a certain task or reaching a certain objective: […]
/haʊˈtaʊdɪ/ noun 1. a Scottish dish of boiled chicken with poached eggs and spinach