in regard

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EtymologyEdit

Probably an elision of "in regard that".

ConjunctionEdit

in regard

  1. (obsolete) since; because; inasmuch as; considering that; considering.
    I cannot say that I ever saw an adder, in regard there are none in these parts.

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