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- (nonstandard) plural form of
1993 August 28, Russell Baker, “Observer; Man Here Can't Jubilate”, New York Times:
- Maybe it's neither fiber, optics nor wires that are incubating the revolution in communications. Maybe it's the cellular whatevers that go into those phones you see people ostensibly talking into while driving automobiles.
2008 June 8, Virginia Heffernan, “Rank and File”, New York Times:
- In 1999, when lists featuring the best and worst whatevers of the last hundred or thousand years were appearing all over, A. S. Byatt wrote on the Times Web site that she loved lists.
2009 April 19, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:
- What he can be, however, is drunk and high and ass-grabby with Russian singers/models/whatevers.