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
Recent Examples of offshoot from the Web
The order is a setback for the developer, NW Innovation Works, a joint venture formed by CAS Holdings, a commercial offshoot of the Chinese Academy of Science.
Leave a Note Casino-resort the Wynn and its offshoot, Encore, have a list of awards (Michelin, Forbes, Mobil, AAA) as long as the Strip itself.
Treasure Truck is an offshoot of Woot, the online deal-a-day website that Amazon purchased in 2010.
Uber’s take would be to package tourist activities with transportation, think more offshoots in the vein of UberWINE.
An offshoot of a dramatic Patagonia lodge, this new Singular sits in the heart of the city’s lively Lastarria neighborhood, known for its restaurants and nightlife.
Fliedner was the first openly gay candidate for Brooklyn district attorney, and had the backing of the Democratic Socialists of America and Our Revolution, an offshoot of Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign.
Primal therapy was an offshoot of cultural movements that began coalescing in the 1960s and surfaced in the 1970s.
The organization, an offshoot of the nonprofit New Leaders Council, plans to partner with state attorneys general and advocacy groups.
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