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  • adjective comparative form of branchy: more branchy


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  • The kitchen stood thirty yards away from the back door, with a branchy oak in front of it, and another, even branchier, shading the log foot-way between.

    Dishes & Beverages of the Old South

  • _branchier_ is the young bird which is just able to leave the nest and hop from branch to branch.

    The King in Yellow


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