Origin of branch
synonym study for branch
OTHER WORDS FROM branch
Other definitions for branch (2 of 2)
Origin of -branch
How to use branch in a sentence
And that solution came from a homemade brew Branch and her sister created together.
Through her haircare line, named for her grandmother, Jessie Branch, Titi Branch was revolutionary.
Branch helped women feel beautiful by encouraging them to embrace their natural selves as she had.
Branch grew up in Queens, NY, the daughter of an African American man and a Japanese woman.
But at 45, Branch died of a reported suicide, leaving behind family, friends and a legacy that goes beyond the beauty industry.
I had those words in my thoughts four years ago, when I cut him down from the branch of the Patriarch.
Each seems satisfied with the way his own branch is getting on: Winter is the quicker worker.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
A girl was moved to pity by a picture of a lamb caught in a thicket, and tried to lift the branch that lay across the animal.Children's Ways|James Sully
The senior branch of the family being thus extinct the whole of the entailed estate had devolved on me.Uncanny Tales|Various
It is wonderful how long a withered leaf will sometimes cling to its branch.
British Dictionary definitions for branch (1 of 2)
- a subdivision or subsidiary section of something larger or more complexbranches of learning; branch of the family
- (as modifier)a branch office
Derived forms of branchbranchless, adjectivebranchlike, adjectivebranchy, adjective
Word Origin for branch
British Dictionary definitions for branch (2 of 2)
Word Origin for branch-
Medical definitions for branch
Other Idioms and Phrases with branch
In addition to the idioms beginning with branch
- branch off
- branch out
- olive branch
- root and branch