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synonyms for ramifications

  • complication
  • consequence
  • upshot
  • bifurcation
  • branch
  • branching
  • breaking
  • divarication
  • division
  • excrescence
  • extension
  • forking
  • offshoot
  • outgrowth
  • partition
  • radiation
  • result
  • sequel
  • subdivision
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antonyms for ramifications

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  • cause
  • origin
  • source
  • juncture
  • union
  • unity
  • whole
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How to use ramifications in a sentence

My new-found old schoolmate had become the financial manager of a great business house having ramifications throughout the world.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
The dialect of Saint-Rémy is simply one of countless ramifications of the dialects descended from the Latin.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
“Books” everybody knows something of; yet very few are able to treat this general subject in all its ramifications.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Robinson detailed him his scheme with all its ramifications, and a very ingenious stratagem it was.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MENDCHARLES READE
I shall no longer attempt to follow the story through its obscure ramifications.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
The subject on which we are now treating has ramifications so wide, that it is difficult to see the end of the branches.
ANCIENT FAITHS AND MODERNTHOMAS INMAN
From the elementary form de, di, or da, one traces ramifications such as the Celtic dia or duw meaning a god.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Nerves, tendons, and ligaments were no longer confused, but traced so far as possible from origin to ramifications.
AN EPITOME OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINEROSWELL PARK
This tree is now in a complete state of decay, and hollow, even in the larger ramifications.
THE BOOK OF CURIOSITIESI. PLATTS
To these three ramifications we must beyond a doubt add others which complete the series of the Scolia.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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