Can I get a sentence using the word, " irregardless?"
You might also like to know that many people don't consider "irregardless" to be a word. To avoid unnecessary controversy, just use "regardless" instead; it has the same meaning.
I'm going to sit here and read questions on ask.com irregardless of how late it is.
both are correct; irregardless of the controversy associated with them. And I agree; it is not a real word.
I will use the word irregardless, irregardless of what anyone else thinks!
Irregardless is not a wordIr means notLess means withoutIt's a double negative in one word, so it's been kicked out of acceptable words to use in proper grammar
No, it is not a word. I wish it would disappear.