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Taught by RubiconRider | Permalink | Tagged as irregardless, | Comments »

The same as "regardless"...but it's two letters longer so it must be better. Used only by those that pay no attention to the advice of their spellchecker.

As in...
Joe implemented the change to the database irregardless of the advice of the rest of the team.

Actually, this definition sucks. Let me add my own. You can also share "irregardless" with a friend or share it on Twitter.


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