Antonyms for branching out

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And already he is thinking of branching out, by taking the next house.

The body of the coach is composed of eight palm-trees, which, branching out at the top, sustain the roof.

Now, these boys of mine are just branching out into cattle, and they don't need money, but a few good horses are better than gold.

This middle pile contains large staircases, branching out to long galleries, into which the several chambers open.

Associated with the Pissodes, we may find in April the galleries of Tomicus pini, branching out from a common centre.

These were heavy, and sometimes were made of four tapers twisted at the stem and then branching out.

The illuminated border was originally an extension or branching out of the initial decoration.

To maintain one great paradox, he was branching out into innumerable ones.

The work had been branching out and six schools were started; in some of which men, women, boys, and girls were attending.

But most of his conversation was indirect and more or less subtle suggestions as to ways of branching out.

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