superfluous[ soo-pur-floo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF superfluous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPERFLUOUS
Of the significance of the life of this great man, it would be superfluous to speak.
Comments on these letters would be superfluous, as they speak forcibly for themselves.
That is the civilized fashion; and is superfluous among savages.
It was just as well—any further word of mine would have been superfluous.
She was a tall, large woman, well-knit, with no superfluous flesh.
He, too, was short and square of build, though he had no superfluous flesh.
Neither he, nor any of his relations, ever had a superfluous sixpence.
All "A deed that under present circumstances it would be superfluous to name."
It was only a kind of safety-valve by which the detective let off his superfluous steam.
I will not be so superfluous as to exaggerate the difficulty.