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redundant
used in Moby Dick

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Definition
more than is needed — often something that is unnecessarily repeated

or in technical usage:  a secondary component designed to work if the primary component fails; or of such a system
  • He was a small, short, youngish man, sprinkled all over his face with freckles, and wearing redundant yellow hair.
    Chapters 70-72 -- The Sphynx; The Jeroboam's Story; The Monkey-Rope (28% in)
redundant = more than is needed
  • The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up—flaked up, with rose-water snow.
    Chapters 28-30 -- Ahab; (Enter Ahab; to Him, Stubb); The Pipe (51% in)

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