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superfluous
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
more than is needed, desired, or required
  • Upon that, he pulled out a napkin, as if it were a magic clew without which he couldn't find the way up stairs, and led us to the black hole of the establishment, fitted up with a diminishing mirror (quite a superfluous article, considering the hole's proportions), an anchovy sauce-cruet, and somebody's pattens.
    Chapter 33 (12% in)

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