tautological

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I never copy what I write to you, so I may be often tautological, or perhaps contradictory.

The catalogue should complement the arrangement on the shelves, and not be tautological.

The exuberant expression is not tautological, but emotional.

In truth, the statement that substance is permanent, is tautological.

The only point on which remark open to criticism is that it is tautological.

In 827, I restore the word mansioun; the usual readings are tautological.

It was a breathless and tautological remark, but it relieved her feelings.

The expression sounds trite and tautological; but it needs emphasis.

That's tautological, of course, for prejudice is always ill-informed, isn't it?

The preacher was uninteresting, he was tautological; still the girl followed him.

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