Irregardless isn’t a word. The one you’re looking for is regardless.
So not a word. Supposedly is, though.
The only way this exists is if flustered and frustrated had a baby. And they didn’t.
Can we conversate a moment about the proper usage of the word converse?
Random doesn’t mean weird or goofy. It means, “without definite aim, direction, rule, or method.”
So that means you do care a little bit? Perhaps you mean you couldn’t care less?
Intents. And. Purposes.
Please enunciate when you make up words. Or even annunciate. Certainly don’t announciate.
It’s foliage. FO-LEE-IDGE.
There’s no X in espresso, ma’am.
Nauseous means to cause nausea. If you’re sick, you’re nauseated.
C’mon, no Z sound!
Misestimate or underestimate. You can’t have both. Don’t be greedy. Misunderestimate is a charming Bushism that should be left in the past.
The correct phrase is simply vice versa.
Nother is nonstandard. Just say another or whole other.
Sally forth and be correctly speakful.
— Rhyan Scorpio-Rhys