Definition of pleonastically in English:


Pronunciation /ˌplēəˈnastək(ə)lē/ /ˌpliəˈnæstək(ə)li/


See pleonasm

‘People who love musicals and enjoy seeing them affectionately kidded, as well as many others, got quite a kick out of the rather pleonastically titled The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!’
  • ‘It is, too, often used pleonastically with pronouns, as are, in fact, most Demonstrative Pronouns.’
  • ‘He writes, albeit pleonastically, that the "maintenance of the upward revaluation of homes may be the next frontier of risk socialization.’