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I'm conscious of hearing #5, 8 & 10 frequently, (#5 ALL the time) - not so much, or even never, the others - though there must, of course, be geographical variations. I dare say that the equivalent list of British-spoken 'clangers' would be rather different but no less laughable/irritating.
I hear #1 and #3 all the time, especially in this region. I also like "disirregardless" too. I grind my teeth!!!BTW, I took it upon myself to add your site to my blogroll. I hope that's OK. If not, let me know and I'll remove it.
That's absolutely fine, C. I am indeed privileged.Btw: I thought of a non-word one hears here now and again which may be purely British - 'obstropulous' instead of 'obstreperous'. Not heard that often, though, as expecting people to use words of more than two syllables is an awfully big ask.
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