Although their definition indicates the use of unnecessarily large number of words there are some instances where there is a necessity. Traditionally Jews have used evasive synonyms to avoid directly using G-d's name or titles especially in written documents. The thought is that, should the document be thrown in the trash, burned, or otherwise defiled then G-d's name would also be treated in such a manner. In order to sanctify G-d's name they often hyphenate the word G-d (as I have done here) or use other references in place of such names.
Yeshua also did so and referred to G-d as "your Father who is in heaven" (Matthew 5:16) or "your heavenly Father" (Luke 11:13) and other similar such evasions. Since the Master did such things in sanctifying G-d's name we can rest assured that it is something which we can safely do in imitation of Him and follow in His footsteps.