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Absolutely + essential Actively + engaged Adequate/Sufficient + enough Advance/Proceed/Progress + forward Advance/Future + plan Advance + warning Although/though + but/nevertheless/yet AM + morning And + also Annually + per year Appreciate/depreciate + in value Attempt + try Basic + fundamentals Because + therefore/the reason Can/may + potentially Circulate + around Close + proximity Combine/Complete/Collect/Consolidate/cooperate + together Complete + total Completely + unanimous Consensus + of opinion Consequent + results Contributing + factor Cooperate + together Decline/decrease + down Despite + still/yet disappear + from sight End + result Enter + in Estimated + at about Exact + duplicate/identical/same thing Fewer + in number Free + gift Hidden + pitfall Join + together Large/small + in size Linked + together May + likely/possibly/probably/perhaps New + innovation/acquisition/development Now + currently/presently Past + experience Past + previous Period + time Personal + friend Place + where PM + afternoon/evening/night Reason + why Recommended + should regular + daily/weekly/monthly/yearly etc. (+ event) Retrospect + back Re+verb + again [example: repeat again, regain again, restore again, etc] Return/revert/refer + back Rise/increase/Soar + up Same + identical Seems + apparent Shuttle (verb) + back and forth Successfully + passed Sudden/unexpected + surprise Suddenly + without warning Sum + total Summarize + briefly Temporary + reprieve Terrible + disaster Time + when True + fact Two + twins Unsolved + problem Until + such time Usual/habitual + custom Young + boy/ girl
Notes: Words in red font are normally the extra word. For the cases where there is no word in red color, either of the words can be used.
This list is prepared by consolidating inputs from various sources including BB's post. Here I didn't include those words which are to be categorized as unidiomatic (rather than redundant) and those words which can be right or wrong based on the context.
Anybody is welcome to suggest more redundancies and I will update the list as it comes.
Search tags: Redundancy list, Common redundancies, List of redundant words, List of common redundant words, Redundant word list.
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