needless

[ need-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF needless

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It is needless to say that Sack is the wine preferred by him.

But it is needless to complete the query; the answer alone is important.

Needless to say, it was "not equal to Mr. Handel's oratorio of Esther or Deborah."

It is needless to say that he won; and the cake duly came back to him.

My relations it is needless to mention; they will of course be amply provided for.

Mr. Pitt made answer, that he thought it needless to enter into that question.

A needless precaution—they knew no more of the matter than he.

Provided we agree about the thing, it is needless to dispute about the terms.

But, of course, he gives a better account of himself than of his friend; it is needless to ask.

Needless to say, in all England there is not an estate so poorly kept up.

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