Examples of offshoot in a Sentence
The business started as an offshoot of an established fashion design company.
we knew the rosebush had survived the harsh winter when it began producing offshoots and turning green again
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There is as yet no ‘smoking gun’ that life on Earth is an offshoot of interstellar spores.
But the League is an offshoot of Italy’s old right, and the 5 Star Movement, though ideologically diverse, draws many of its members from the country’s old labor left.
Called South Charlotte Partners, the nonprofit is an offshoot of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club, a civic discussion group founded in 2001.
Banish thoughts of traditional garage sales filled with Grandma’s costume jewelry and musty sweaters: The monthlong pop-up is an offshoot of their Chicago flagship store, specializing in ultra high-end clothing, shoes, handbags, and accessories.
L & W Market, a storefront for local produce and products and prepared food, is an offshoot of Almond Restaurant next door, 2493 Montauk Highway, landwmarket.com.
Doe’s government had become increasingly unpopular among Liberians and he was eventually assassinated by an offshoot of Taylor’s forces less than a year into the war.
The Mets aren’t scheduled to play there this evening, but Dead & Company, a Grateful Dead offshoot involving John Mayer, will be.
This new Italian company, an offshoot of the brand that makes Kask helmets, brings both style and technology to the table.
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OFFSHOOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of offshoot for English Language Learners
: something (such as a business) that develops from something larger
: a branch that grows on one of the main stems of a plant
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