Definition of regardless in English:

regardless

Syllabification: re·gard·less
Pronunciation: /riˈgärdləs
 
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adverb

Phrases

regardless of

Without regard or consideration for: the allowance is paid regardless of age or income
More example sentences
  • This is indeed a unique race, regardless of age or gender all the athletes run together.
  • Officers are now warning that offenders face prosecution if caught, regardless of their age.
  • According to the proposals, pupils would sit the exams at their own pace, regardless of their age.
Synonyms
irrespective of, without regard to, without reference to, disregarding, without consideration of, discounting, ignoring, notwithstanding, no matter

Derivatives

regardlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Despite the unenthusiastic reception that revelation received, Iron continued regardlessly; ‘yeah, well, I heard they're doing interviews for the South Street post.’
  • The only problem was that Iron didn't quite realize that her observations were more often than not accurate, but let her continue regardlessly.
  • He scratched his head and picked it up regardlessly.

regardlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Jane, having posited meaning in anticipation of the outcome, does not see what she expects to see; in the face of what she does see, she is frozen into a death-like state of ‘stupid regardlessness’.

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