Definition of Redundance

1. Noun. The attribute of being superfluous and unneeded. "The use of industrial robots created redundancy among workers"

Exact synonyms: Redundancy
Generic synonyms: Embarrassment, Overplus, Plethora, Superfluity
Specialized synonyms: Deadwood, Fifth Wheel
Derivative terms: Redundant, Redundant, Redundant



Definition of Redundance

1. n. The quality or state of being redundant; superfluity; superabundance; excess.

Definition of Redundance

1. Noun. (rare) Redundancy. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redundance

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redundance (current term)
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Literary usage of Redundance

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1. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day by George Saintsbury (1908)
"CHAPTER III THE DECAY OF DRAMATIC BLANK VERSE Beaumont and Fletcher—Their taste for redundance—Their attitude to their ..."

2. A Laconic Manual and Brief Remarker: Containing Over a Thousand Subjects by Charles Simmons (1852)
"redundance. Ed. Many whole publications are a redundance, and happy would it have been for both literature and religion, had they never been born. ..."

3. Handbook of Composition: A Compendium of Rules Regarding Good English by Edwin Campbell Woolley (1907)
"Right: They are allowed to go only on Saturdays. Wrong: There isn't but one store. Right: There is but one store. redundance 123. ..."

4. Handbook of Composition: A Compendium of Rules Regarding Good English by Edwin Campbell Woolley (1907)
"Right: They are allowed to go only on Saturdays. Wrong: There isn't but one store. Right: There is but one store. redundance 123. ..."

5. On the Regulation of Currencies: Being an Examination of the Principles, on by John Fullarton (1845)
"... Bank-notes only on Loan—The regular Reflux of Notes advanced on Loan a sure Preventive of redundance—Sir William Clay and Mr. Tooke—The Reflux is the ..."

6. An Enquiry Into the Present State of the Military Force of the British by Robert Thomas Wilson (1804)
"... a redundance of recruits would foon come forwards for the army, and the anxiety of parliament would not be excited about a bill which after the ..."

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