No word receives as much lexical scorn as "irregardless" - I felt a shiver just typing it. But unlike the made-up terms it often gets lumped in with, including "supposably" and "sherbert", irregardless is technically a real word. The Merriam-Webster dictionary says so.
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Android (rooted): Something that is strangely missing from Android is a system-wide dictionary. You're probably used to highlighting and copying a word, and then pasting it into Google to look it up. XDictionary is an Xposed module that puts word definitions just a couple of taps away.
Windows/Web: We've featured quite a few great language tools on the web, but if you're looking for a downloadable program with word definitions, pronunciations, example sentences, thesaurus and system integration, free program TheSage is one of the best dictionaries around.
Almost like a less offensive Urban Dictionary, IdiomDictionary is for those phrases that everyone seems to understand except you — instead of getting them to explain it, you can look it up in their giant database of over 5000 idioms.