Of course, the ramifications were drastic—the pre-marital sex killed poor Pamuk, and haunted Lady Mary for nearly two seasons!
Bringing a child into the world is a momentous decision, not to be taken lightly, with huge ramifications.
And we never really played out the idea of the ramifications of all these arms they sell.
You saw the ramifications of that shooting impact our hero and the other characters throughout the season.
Getting students to games clearly has ramifications beyond the walls of the stadium.
In this way society was influenced and modified in all its ramifications.
But of its motive, of its ramifications, or of its conception, I had no knowledge.
The pustular surface extends to the minute ramifications of the bronchiæ, and their cells beyond were highly injected.
I am always conscious of that, Joe; the ramifications of public life are innumerable.
This vast cavern, the ramifications of which are said to measure nine miles, was not known to white men until 1802.
ramification ram·i·fi·ca·tion (rām'ə-fĭ-kā'shən)
A branching shape or arrangement.