branching[ branch, brahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF branching
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Dendroid: tree or shrub-like: branching like a tree or shrub.
It has already been shown that the fibers are the result of a branching of cells.
On the Common, which was a pasture, was a branching elm, a place of executions.
After two miles of travel I came to a branching of the trail.
In India, Vyasa is branching, strange, impenetrable as a pagoda.
Low-growing, stocky, and branching plants are the most productive.
He passed the branching pathway that Sam had forbidden, that had seemed so bright.
We continued our talk with the planters, branching from subject to subject.
Branching off to the right, they came down to a little inn by the water-side.
Some were rounded and massive in form, others delicate and branching.