March 20, 2013 Kim

In today’s Talking Tips…

Illustration depicting a roadsign with a jargon concept. Dusk sky background.Did you know that “Irregardless” is not a word?

Unfortunately, it is often used by those who want to sound educated. I know you’ve heard smart people say it, so you thought it was a word right?

The correct word is “regardless”, always.

According to Merriam Webster’s Dictionary, regardless is an adverb.

anyhowanywayanyways [chiefly dialect], whatever, at all events, at any rate, in any case, in any event, no matter, whether or no (or whether or not)

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