adverb see tautologous

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tautologous — adjective Etymology: Greek tautologos, from taut + legein to say more at legend Date: 1714 1. involving or containing rhetorical tautology ; redundant 2. true by virtue of its logical form alone • tautologously adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • tautologous — [tô täl′ə gəs] adj. 1. TAUTOLOGICAL 2. ANALYTIC (sense 5) tautologously adv. * * * …   Universalium

  • tautology — tautological /tawt l oj i keuhl/, tautologic, tautologous /taw tol euh geuhs/, adj. tautologically, tautologously, adv. tautologist, n. /taw tol euh jee/, n., pl. tautologies. 1. needless repetition of an idea, esp. in wo …   Universalium

  • Cuthbert — m English: from an Old English personal name composed (somewhat tautologously) of the elements cūð known + beorht bright, famous. It was borne by two pre Conquest English saints: a 7th century bishop of Lindisfarne and an 8th century archbishop… …   First names dictionary

  • needlessly — Synonyms and related words: aimlessly, beyond need, beyond reason, bootlessly, fecklessly, fruitlessly, futilely, overplus, pointlessly, purposelessly, redundantly, supererogatorily, superfluously, tautologously, to little purpose, to no purpose …   Moby Thesaurus

  • tautologous — [tô täl′ə gəs] adj. 1. TAUTOLOGICAL 2. ANALYTIC (sense 5) tautologously adv …   English World dictionary

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