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Is irregardless a word?
. Not very, as in
The application arrived none too soon
I'm afraid this secretary is not too smart
He was here not too long ago
. The first usage was first recorded in 1885; the variant dates from about 1920. Also see
not all that
The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary
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