Is 'regardless that' the short form of 'regardless of the fact that'?

Reply Wed 5 Mar, 2014 07:35 am
And is it the same as 'despite that' in meaning?

If it be so, can I write this way?

- Regardless that he is a bad person, she keeps company with him.

- Regardless that it is going to rain soon, he goes out for a walk.

- Regardless that tomorrow is going to be Monday, he won't go to work anyhow.

How do all my sentence above sound?

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