Definition of redundancy:
surplusage, excess, animatronics, bellyful, wordage, overplus, redundance, words, plus, lay off, pleonasm, surfeit, plethora, discharge, long-windedness, verbalism, oversupply, verbosity, pay off, appropriate technology, garrulity, fat, fire, periphrasis, dismiss, dismissal, unnecessary, high tech, dispensable, diffuseness, fifth-generation, pension off, circumlocution, uninvited, logorrhea, overage, overmuch, cybernetics, give someone notice, bleeding edge, ease out, verbiage, overflow, diffusion, unwanted, repetition, garrulousness, wordiness, prolixity, windiness, excess, tediousness, superfluity, retire, intermediate technology, tautology, pink slip, unasked for, unsolicited, nanotechnology, ax, furlough, high technology, style, verboseness, unlooked-for, redundant.
The reader cannot but be pleased to find the depths of philosophy, enlivened with all the charms of poetry, and to see so great a strength of reason amidst so beautiful a redundancy of the imagination.- "The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753),Vol. V.", Theophilus Cibber.
- "Elementary Guide to Literary Criticism", F. V. N. Painter.
- "The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood", Arthur Griffiths.