A tautological sentence, perhaps, but one that nevertheless needs to be repeated and understood.
The tautological blame always comes back to the claim that frivolous or even fraudulent lawsuits are commonplace.
He is likely to express himself in a tautological, careless, or even illogical fashion.
I never copy what I write to you, so I may be often tautological, or perhaps contradictory.
A nominalist to the core, he held that definition and predication are either false or tautological.
In truth, the statement that substance is permanent, is tautological.
Cornelia, smiling on Mr. Barrett, asked him why he had confused the poor people with the long word "tautological."
In 827, I restore the word mansioun; the usual readings are tautological.
Therefore, if both budge and fur be taken literally the line is tautological.
It was a breathless and tautological remark, but it relieved her feelings.
1570s, from Late Latin tautologia "representation of the same thing," from Greek tautologia, from tautologos "repeating what has been said," from tauto "the same" + -logos "saying," related to legein "to say" (see lecture (n.)).