The process of rooting branches, twigs, or stems that are still attached to a parent plant, as by placing a specially treated part in moist soil.(noun)
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Use "layering" in a sentence
"Fourth, the committee concluded that in a few significant instances the analysis in the NIE suffered what we call a layering effect."
"AT -- You know, the layering is kind of silly because it turns out all churned by the time you scoop it out of the pan."
"That kind of materiality with a restless concern for layering is translated into her printmaking."