1. having arms or armlike appendages
  2. having widely spreading paired branches
    maples are brachiate
  1. swing from one hold to the next
    the monkeys brachiate
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  • the monkeys brachiate
  • Around the circular pit were crowded all the races of Garden, or rather, all those races which had not been ex­terminated resisting the evil Wizards: the hooded Druids, brachiate tree dwellers from the Great Forest, a band of fuzzies in their bright orange robes, many lizard soldiers hissing and laughing and shouting, stubby little Marsh Folk, and hundreds of mutants. Prayers To Broken Stones
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  • We've all descended from a common ancestor, but, as Homo sapiens, we no longer brachiate through trees and have long abandoned our stone tools for Blackberrys and iPods. Ethical Technology
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  • Kitty has promised her 11-year-old daughter, Marina, money toward her Girl Scout camping trip if she will teach her brother how to “brachiate.” Anything to reach Ryan
  • He watched Kitter brachiate from tree to tree in the hazy air.
  • Sarah sat on the park bench and watched as her five-year-old son confidently brachiated along the monkey bars. Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • So, did you walk to this party or did you brachiate? Responses to Real Manhood
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