[ UK /ˈɒfʃuːt/ ]
[ US /ˈɔfˌʃut/ ]
NOUN
  1. a natural consequence of development
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How To Use offshoot In A Sentence

  • If feminism is routinely placed first it sets up womanism as a ridiculous offshoot. Archive 2009-03-01
  • Hopes for the textiles offshoot are further hindered thanks to the debt it is being asked to carry. Times, Sunday Times
  • it is an offshoot of boules, but with different rules, and using a partially sloped pitch.
  • Felix, though an offshoot from a far more recent point in the devolution of theology than his father, was less self-sacrificing and disinterested.
  • Three months later, his burros, a bridle and halter, and candy wrappers were found in Davis Gulch, an offshoot of Escalante Canyon.
  • Trouble on the Russian front as BP offshoot faces loss of big gasfield WN.com - Articles related to After IT, it's decade of infrastructure in India: Kamal Nath
  • On the surface, they seem like one of those typical, progressive rock supergroup offshoots where each band member gets to show off their instrumental prowess.
  • The various offshoots of Kantian philosophy are incorrectly regarded as developments of idealism; it is more accurate to describe them as "illusionism" or The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
  • His book does not deal with the offshoots of bebop, such as cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, free jazz and fusion.
  • What I am mainly trying to do is to dismantle the granitelike assumption in our political culture that American conservatism is an offshoot or cousin of fascism. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
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