WOTD


WORD OF THE DAY
Ramify
RAM-ə-fi
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Old French, early 15th century
1

Form branches or offshoots.

2

Spread or branch out; grow and develop in complexity or range.

Examples of Ramify in a sentence

“The family had ramified into a clan that spread out across the country.”

“The therapist decided she wanted to ramify her practice to attract more patients.”