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When Non-Commissioned Officers of a military service make up words to sound educated, even though they clearly lack any sophisticated language skills.

This includes terminology such as Irregardless, which is now so mainstream that it appears in Merriam-Webster's dictionary despite the "Ir-" prefix acting as a negation, so the definition shifts to "not regardless" creating helpless confusion among any that actually know how to use English when this particular atrocity is used.
"Irregardless, you need to get that done, Private."

"I'm sorry, I'm an English major so I don't understand your NCO Speak."
by TheSpecialist October 16, 2013
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