Definition of "redundance" [re•dun•dance]

  • (noun) Redundancy.

Use "redundance" in a sentence

  • "There is however, another enemy (though in some cases my dearest friend) whose power is resistless, and whose visits are perpetually made known by a rising of the stomack, and a redundance of water in the eyes."
  • "There are organized darknet rings now that customize content for less redundance."
  • "Although it was originally designed to be redundant and robust to a nuclear explosion, it's long since dropped the redundance."

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