quicumque vult n.
|in Pills to Purge Melancholy I 200: But see the result of their quicunque vult.|
|[||Rambler’s Mag. May 188/2: Ranelagh has become a very common place ; and [...] the inscription over the door is now Quicunque vult?].|
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Sporting Mag. May II 117/2: ‘I fancied,’ said the Doctor, ‘there was something Athanasian in her looks [...] She seemed to be a Quicumque vult.’.|
|Hermit in America on Visit to Phila. 2nd series 26: Had an assig. with a Quicunque Vult—a snug little cinder-gabbler.|