branched[ branch, brahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF branched
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The pole was about thirty feet high, and the top was branched like a pitchfork.
At last we branched off into what I guess was a sort of bridle path.
"Maybe we've branched off, on to another trail," persisted Van.
He was with us when we were at your place, and when we rode away he branched off.
The two friends talked for some time about this episode, and then branched off into other subjects.
In fact, they met with several roads which branched off from the one in which they were walking.
Then I turned to the easterly tunnel, and pursued it till it branched.
Henrietta could not remember, and branched off to something else.
For branched inflorescence of orchids, see 'Reichenbach Proc.
This they followed for some distance, until they reached a spot where it branched into two.