Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of branchlet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Through the catkin's core is a long green stem from which radiate tiny branchlets.

    Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk

  • It navigates and lands all at once, between protruding branchlets onto the main branch.

    Lunch Bird

  • At right angles to the barbs are interlocking branchlets called barbules.

    Birdology

  • And on the barbicels of some feathers are even tinier branchlets, microscopic hamuli, which allow even more air to be trapped in the feather.

    Birdology

  • Compared to subalpine fir, grand fir occurs at lower elevations, has a wider crown, and usually produces broad spreading lower limbs with beautifully even secondary branchlets.

    Grand fir

  • The love between two friends pours forth like water from fountains, and that friendship resembles a rose growing between two "mind-branchlets."

    Great Regulars: She admits to making numerous errors

  • The love between two friends pours forth like water from fountains, and that friendship resembles a rose growing between two "mind-branchlets."

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Only the branchlets and minuscule leaves are exposed to form a dense cushion no more than 1 centimeter (cm) above ground.

    North Tibetan Plateau-Kunlun Mountains alpine desert

  • I believe that branchlets of the Colgate-Palmolive money and the Campbell Soup money lived in town, too, but even they went to the public schools.

    Class Is in Session

  • I believe that branchlets of the Colgate-Palmolive money and the Campbell Soup money lived in town, too, but even they went to the public schools.

    Archive 2005-03-01

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