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needless to say


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  • adv. Clearly, obviously (because it is visually obvious).


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  • It is needless to say that, as we were brought up on Marryat's "Children of the New Forest," and possessed an aunt who always went into mourning for King Charles on January 30, our sympathies were entirely devoted to the Stuarts 'cause; and this persecuted Cavalier, with his big hat and boots, long hair and sorrows, was our best beloved hero.

    Juliana Horatia Ewing and Her Books

  • It is needless to say how undeniable is the fact of various readings; how utterly groundless were the fears which Dr Owen expressed because of them; and how much the labours of learned biblicists, in the region which was so nobly cultivated by Walton and his associates, have confirmed, instead of disturbing our confidence in the inspired canon.

    Life of Dr Owen

  • It is needless to say that the foresight of this illustrious semi-savage had the desired effect.

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • There were five or six other new Universal Languages which emerged around this time with the intention of replacing the Babylonian confusion of human languages with a single, common mother-tongue for the whole world of newts and men; needless to say that there were countless disputes about which of these international languages is the most useful, most euphonious and the most universal.

    The War with the Newts

  • The first bishop to be appointed when the king's charter of 1542 founded the new see, was Paul Bush, formerly master of the Bonshommes at Edyngton in Wiltshire, who, it is needless to say neither sought nor obtained recognition by the pope.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • It is needless to say that his name is Wade Hampton.

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • It is needless to say that his pre-eminent hero was not he of the foot cavalry, but the one of the cotton bales, both being of kindred taste and proclivities, that is, he and Guilford.

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • My behaviour to the Bankers is a publick instance; and the proceedings between Mrs. Hyde and Mrs. Sutton for private ones, are such convincing evidences, that it will be needless to say any more to 't.

    Andrew Marvell

  • It is needless to say that this deserted gentleman entirely overcame their feelings; he was at once adopted, named "TrouvĂ©," and brought home to England, where he spent a very happy life, chiefly in the South Camp, Aldershot, his one danger there being that he was such a favourite with the soldiers, they overfed him terribly.

    Juliana Horatia Ewing and Her Books

  • Rickelton noted: The word sounds pretty official and needless to say joy reigned in the bunkroom.

    First Man


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