Definition of Tautologies

1. Noun. (plural of tautology) ¹



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Definition of Tautologies

1. tautology [n] - See also: tautology

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tautologies

tautly
tautness
tautnesses
tauto-
tautochrone
tautochrones
tautochronous
tautog
tautogram
tautograms
tautogs
tautologia
tautologic
tautological
tautologically
tautologies (current term)
tautologist
tautologists
tautologize
tautologized
tautologizes
tautologizing
tautologous
tautologously
tautology
tautomer
tautomeric
tautomeric fibres
tautomerism

Literary usage of Tautologies

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1. The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art by John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell (1843)
"The apparent tautologies in the exordium are not really such. They only represent a continued astonishment, wanting words to express itself, and fetching ..."

2. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions by Robert South (1823)
"... it is indeed scarce possible, but much speaking without care or study must needs put the speaker upon unseemly repetitions and tautologies, which Christ ..."

3. French Elements in Middle English: Chapters Illustrative of the Origin and by Frederick Henry Sykes (1899)
"The second half of the century extends these groups by man at arms, merchant of wool, and additional tautologies. CONCLUSION. The establishment of Romance ..."

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