irregardless irregardless  /ɪ rə ˈɡɑd ləs/


  • (adv) regardless; a combination of irrespective and regardless sometimes used humorously


  1. We put only focus on continuing to provide benefits irregardless of the personal choices people make.
  2. People came from everywhere, everywhere, irregardless of political affiliation, Ollo Kambir, sports editor at Abidjan newspaper 24 Heures told Eurosport.
  3. That means, irregardless of the bailout, they shouldn't be handing out bonuses.


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  1. "Well, there were some adjustments to be made, because we don't want them to ever score any time, irregardless of what happened," Sanders said. "We made our adjustments, but like I said, we didn't panic. We made our adjustments and moved on...
    on Jan 16, 2008 By: Bob Sanders Source: USA Today

  2. "Irregardless of how well Greg and Bubba play tomorrow, it's still our tournament to win or lose if we play way we're capable of playing," said Austin.
    on Dec 8, 2007 By: Woody Austin Source: Macon Telegraph

  3. "We gotta find ways to throw it against that coverage two," stated Erickson. "There are ways to throw it against that coverage. On first, second, third and short or medium you can do it. The hard part of it is, irregardless of what (defense)...
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: Dennis Erickson Source:

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