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Get Rid of Repetition: Pleonasms in Your Writing — A Writer’s Path

by Suzanne Purkins Did you know that when you use more words than necessary to express something (like blowing windor frozen ice), you are committing a pleonasm, which is the fancy Greek way of saying you’re being redundant? Redundancy in writing sounds like a simple thing to spot—and sometimes it is. But some types of redundancy […]

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