Having many branches, tending to branch frequently. (adjective)
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Use "branchy" in a sentence
"In any case, even an ordinary cranberry — let alone a "branchy" one — would have been something of a miracle in Astrakhan, for it grows only in the marshes of Northern Russia."
"This helps us keep Plasma from becoming overly "branchy" while respecting the time lines of each developer without keeping the release cycle meaningful in terms of being when we land and integtrate features, test them and get user feedback on them."
"Worse, the notion of "man" would need an interpretation characterized by exceeding liberality to accommodate any likeness of the branchy, spiny, mandibled things that pulled her down through a deep fissure."