Redundantly

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Redundantly In a refundant manner.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • redundantly In a redundant manner; with superfluity or excess; superfluously; superabundantly.
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Usage

In literature:

The public has already tired of the lilt of Ingersoll's redundant rhetoric, pleasing as was its music.
"The Young Man and the World" by Albert J. Beveridge
The French continually offers redundancy of subject or complement, but not with the relative.
"Frédéric Mistral" by Charles Alfred Downer
The mind is fundamentally lyrical, inventive, redundant.
"Winds Of Doctrine" by George Santayana
The presence of a foreign body is often suggested by a mass of redundant granulations at the mouth of the sinus.
"Manual of Surgery" by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
What is redundant, disgusts; what is necessary is cut down with danger.
"The Training of a Public Speaker" by Grenville Kleiser
Reason returns, recalls redundant rage, Saves sinking soldiers, softens signiors sage.
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" by E. Cobham Brewer
There is no real difficulty in using your hand; it is only trying to compromise between your redundancy and my brevity.
"Seen and Unseen" by E. Katharine Bates
Neither is a redundancy of parts an unequivocal evidence of disease.
"Scientific American, Volume XLIII., No. 25, December 18, 1880" by Various
The language, he says, was devoid of redundance.
"The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by John Morley
But why should there have been any redundancy of matter at all?
"The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels" by John Burgon
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In poetry:

Sweet enough were she who could,
In thy heart's sweet neighbourhood,
Some redundant sweetness thus
Borrow from that overplus.
""Scentless Flow'rs I Bring Thee"" by William Watson
On Sarum's plain I met a wandering fair;
The look of sorrow, lovely still, she bore;
Loose flow'd the soft redundance of her hair,
And on her brow a flowery wreath she wore.
"Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit" by William Shenstone
The tropic day's redundant charms
Cool twilight soothes away,
The sun slips down behind the palms
And leaves the landscape grey.
I want to take you in my arms
And kiss your lips away!
"Three Songs Of Zahir-u-Din" by Laurence Hope
SHE. Simple, in sooth, and haply true: withal,
Too, too autumnal even for my heart.
I never weary of your vernal note.
Carol again, and sing me back my youth
With the redundant melodies of Spring.
"A Dialogue At Fiesole" by Alfred Austin

In news:

GNM had hoped to cut between 70 and 100 staff by voluntary redundancies by September this year, in an effort to reach £7m editorial annual savings.
Open-loop technology eliminates redundancy in buying agency-specific fare cards.
"A dedicated provider will have better distributed DNS refresh, optimized performance and, ideally, fault-tolerant and redundant architectures to assure five nines of availability.".
Although repeated daily, God's mercies are never redundant .
Redundant systems fail less often (as it takes two simultaneous failures).
The central station recently opened a new hot redundant monitoring center and is expanding its dealer offerings.
Legislation that will eliminate redundant employment training for veterans seeking civilian jobs was signed into law April 13 by Gov Chris Gregoire.
Redundant vs fault tolerant fieldbus wiring.
We've been looking at installing some Foundation fieldbus segments, and I was interested in his comments about redundant and fault tolerant segments.
Crestron today announced new DigitalMedia™ (DM) matrix switchers with extremely long-life, redundant power supplies (RPS).
Those letters also are unintentionally representative of the movie's awkwardness and redundancy .
While a number of engineers say that the demand for redundant power systems is continuing to grow, the big question is: What's driving this trend?
The redundancy concept featuring two independent networks allows both standard components and protocols to be used.
The phase-out of the Avro fleet is expected to start in August and will result in a maximum of 85 job redundancies at Blue1, SAS said in a statement.
The phase-out of the Avro fleet is expected to start in August 2011 and will result in a maximum of 85 job redundancies at Blue1, SAS said in a statement.
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In science:

Most of equations bellow will be true up to the sign – the sign is not important in our considerations and it’s checking is redundant.
Generalized subresultants and generalized subresultant algorithm
Note of course that when ν has infinite mass the use of θ is somewhat redundant.
Gamma Tilting Calculus for GGC and Dirichlet means with applications to Linnik processes and Occupation Time Laws for Randomly Skewed Bessel Processes and Bridges
Sometimes some of the Serre-type relations are redundant but this does not matter in practical calculations.
Cartan matrices and presentations of Cunha and Elduque superalgebras
Some of the matrices thus obtained are equivalent; we did not eliminate a few redundancies.
Cartan matrices and presentations of Cunha and Elduque superalgebras
Sometimes some of the Serre-type relations are redundant but this does not matter in practical calculations.
Cartan matrices and presentations of the exceptional simple Elduque Lie superalgebra
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