Antonyms for irrespective

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Let us see what constitutes infidelity, irrespective of marriage.

They are implacable and deadly foes of all humanity, irrespective of planet or race.

It was like a lovely incantation, drawing him irrespective of his will.

I couldn't go on caring about anybody, irrespective of their conduct, just because they were they.

Moreover, this rule is irrespective of fraud, and is not confined to evidence.

They just drift in, irrespective of how the wind is blowing.

Are you going to marry the first girl you meet, irrespective of love, or what are you going to do?

I think,—I think that, irrespective of the curacy, it ought to be told.

All have their work to do in the irrespective conditions of life—the rich as well as the poor.

He knew now that Imbrie, irrespective of Mary, had a second paddle to help him.