Transitive verb form of whichever.
Used to dismiss a topic which is a priori made impossible due to eventualities.
Meant to express apathy regarding the cancellation or sudden change in a plan.

Our plans were whichevered because I couldn't get my friend to lend me his car.

Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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