Pleonasms, Redundancies & Redundant Phrases
by wpengine on December 4, 2013
Discuss this pleonasm in the comments below.
This is absolutely the worst pleonasm ever. It makes every business and ad agency that uses it look like the home of morons!
It’s on the outside of half of the six or more charitable appeal letters I receive every day.
Next post: A.M. in the morning
pleonasm: 1. the use of more words than are necessary to express an idea; redundancy. 2. an instance of this, as free gift or true fact. 3. a redundant word or expression.