Thesaurus / branching out

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

He did, however, go on developing and branching out in his social activities, in spite of the depressing grind of the farm.

Robert BurnsWilliam Allan Neilson

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

A Chambermaid's DiaryOctave Mirbeau

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

The Grain Of DustDavid Graham Phillips

Branching out from the main industrial plant are nearly always to be found large stores.

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

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

Our Common InsectsAlpheus Spring Packard

I could barely see them branching out, elbowing, winding, and sliding out into the night in pairs.

Oh, no, it is only a mass of sponges piled together and branching out as they grow.

Lord DolphinHarriet A. Cheever

And hence appeareth the usefulness of our branching out of this matter.

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