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superfluous
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Jane Eyre
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  • This was said with a careless, abstracted indifference, which showed that my solicitude was, at least in his opinion, wholly superfluous.
  • I abandon to you, then, what is absolutely superfluous to me.
  • There was no superfluous ornament in the room — not one modern piece of furniture, save a brace of workboxes and a lady’s desk in rosewood, which stood on a side-table: everything — including the carpet and curtains — looked at once well worn and well saved.

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  • Everyone liked the idea. The arguments I prepared to support it were superfluous.

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