OTHER WORDS FROM irrespectiveir·re·spec·tive·ly, adverb
How to use irrespective in a sentence
If I profit on the transaction of buying 1000 quarters of wheat for gold, I do so irrespectively of all other exchanges by others.Speculations from Political Economy|C. B. Clarke
Irrespectively of the evidence in this case you would not have thought him to be a man likely to commit such a crime?Phineas Redux|Anthony Trollope
The result of this act of cruelty was, of course, to make all weaker, old and new prisoners irrespectively.Opium Eating|Anonymous
The first question is, I say, how far it may be possible to fix the rate of wages irrespectively of the demand for labour.
On his right hand stood his partner and son-in-law Jones, mounted quite irrespectively of expense.The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson|Anthony Trollope