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branched out

verb as in extend beyond main part

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Originally formed to protect its white inmates, members eventually branched out to include selling drugs, mostly meth.

Some former factory owners have even branched out into “green landscaping.”

Arriving at the marker, they branched out fanshaped as was their wont when they were in search of a trail or water.

He also branched out into general contracting and built many of the best residences in Walla Walla during the '70s.

From Center Street, streets and avenues branched out both ways.

He now branched out into more ambitious tasks, producing a copy of the Latin Bible in three volumes.

There were also in the rock some wonderful subterranes, which branched out into various apartments.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to branch off/branch out, such as: add to, develop, diverge, diversify, divide, and enlarge.

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