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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishotioseo‧ti‧ose /ˈəʊtiəʊs, ˈəʊʃəs $ ˈoʊʃioʊs, ˈoʊti-/ adjective formal  TOO/TOO MUCHunnecessary
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otioseTherefore, although there is a substantial overlap between section 1 and section 15, section 15 is not otiose.This class system has long been regarded as functionally otiose.The linking commentary is often otiose and always plonking.Where else could they pick up that otiose rhetoric?Begrimed by obscure use, otiose warehouses shadowed the rigid, corky bobbing of gulls.
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