redundancy in general remains an issue for Wolcott: “white-boned,” “pale-moon,” “bulk-sized,” “streaming cataract,” “forlorn rue.”
In conditions of uncertainty, all avenues must be explored even at the expense of redundancy and wasted resources.
Markets usually have a lot of redundancy built into them--multiple payers, multiple suppliers.
The stakes are so great that you would think the people who own and run them would invest heavily in redundancy.
Here there was no lack, no poverty, but extraordinary sufficiency, almost to redundancy.
Again a redundancy of "verys" which must be left to the imagination.
The sine qua non of all poetry is absolutely correct grammar and freedom from redundancy.
We in Ireland are much inclined to redundancy in our speech.
In addition, transportation systems generally have an inherently significant degree of redundancy and flexibility.
This tendency of redundancy is not his fault alone; it is that of his time.
Unnecessary repetition in speech or writing. The expression freedom and liberty is redundant.