Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of outgrowth.

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Examples

  • The increase in dendritic outgrowths is rapid - within 24 -48 hours of giving estrogen, there is a measurably dramatic change in the number of connections between brain cells.

    Estrogen and Memory

  • On the other hand, subverting questionable cultural outgrowths is Hyphen's bread and butter.

    Mr. Asian America

  • On the other hand, subverting questionable cultural outgrowths is Hyphen's bread and butter.

    SeeLight:

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Thus the standard of living leaps that came with the Industrial Revolution and other outgrowths of science were delayed by many years.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » The Narrow-Mindedness of Zero-Sum Thinking

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Soulless, predatory ideologies -- predicated on profit -- and their corporate outgrowths invariably fail because they never truly take the individual into consideration when the fantasy is first crafted.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

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