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redundant (adjective), more redundant, most redundant
1. Pertaining to the use of more words than are necessary to express an idea: The mayor's speech was considered to be the most redundant one that the citizens had ever heard; including, promises, promises, and more promises.
2. Referring to the repetition of words with the same meanings as others which are used several times in a presentation: In her speech, the politician became even more redundant than usual, saying: "and I repeat" and "I tell you again".
3. Descriptive of something which is beyond what is necessary or natural; superfluous: Serving chocolate ice cream with the chocolate cake, which was covered with chocolate icing, seemed quite redundant.
Exceeding what is needed, superfluous.
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The use of more words than are necessary to express ideas; superfluous. (1)