Verb(1) have or develop complicating consequences(2) grow and send out branches or branch-like structures(3) divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork
(1) The weblike character of the text means that each datum will ramify in implications throughout.(2) This is because the organization of the economy has a series of effects which ramify through the society.(3) It ramifies almost from the base, can grow 1-3 m high and may reach 3 m in diameter.(4) The first three parts of the book, up to page 116, lay the groundwork, drawing on psychology, sociology, and anthropology to elaborate the incredibly rich and ramified concept of the trickster and its relation to the paranormal.(5) It then ramifies , or grows in a similar manner to a root system through the host, centering on the digestive system.(6) It is hard to trace Steve's contributions in a linear fashion, because his work has ramified in so many directions.(7) This makes it possible to build a sufficiently ramified network with the use of a variety of special devices.(8) Highly ramified issues of land ownership are confounding attempts either to relocate villages or to rebuild in the same places.(9) Frequently, the sewerage, water supply, as well as heat supply system is a concealed but quite ramified network existing several meters below the earth surface.(10) Some sources say that the ties linking the two families were deep and ramified .
1. complexify ::
2. fork ::
3. branch ::
1. join ::
2. link ::
3. unify ::
4. unite ::
Different Formsramifies, ramify, ramifying
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