disregardless

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Etymology[edit]

Blend of disregarding and regardless

Adverb[edit]

disregardless (not comparable)

  1. (nonstandard) Regardless.
    • 1870, William Kyle, An exposition of the symbolic terms of the second part of ..., page 17:
      Whatever a man really is , he is so esteemed and named by Goethe in Faust, quite disregardless of any conventional titles or obloquys he bears.
    • 1996, KU Schulz, Combining Unification and Disunification Algorithms: Tractable and Intractable Instances:
      Typically, this reduction is based on a polynomial number of non-deterministic steps. Hence the combination algorithm introduces its own NP-complexity, disregardless of the complexity of the algorithms that are available for the components.
    • 1998 March 17, <rojas.ro...@swipnet.se>, "Takes a thief", message-ID <1>, alt.native, Usenet link:
      I wouldn't call the term "wasichu" racist at all, for example. It doesn't refer to race, but to a behaviour that could be observed disregardless of race.

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