Definition of Branchline

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Branchline

branchiopoda
branchiopodan
branchiopodous
branchiopods
branchiostegal
branchiostegals
branchiostege
branchiosteges
branchiostegous
branchiostoma
branchiura
branchless
branchlet
branchlets
branchlike
branchline (current term)
branchlines
brancht
branchwork
branchy
brand
brand-name
brand-name drug
brand-names
brand-new
brand-newness
brand avatar
brand geese
brand goose
brand image

Literary usage of Branchline

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1. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways: An Analysis of the by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1887)
"... but with a branchline traffic, when we have gotten it to the main line we may say, for preliminary and approximate purposes, that we shall handle it ..."

2. Botany by Geological Survey of California, William Henry Brewer, Sereno Watson, Asa Gray (1880)
"A stout biennial, glabrous, erect, 1 to 3 feet high, branchline long : pods oblong, 3 to 4 lines long, equalling the spreading pedicels, ..."

3. The Rhine and Northern Germany: Handbook for Travellers, by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1870)
"Ohligs- Wald a branchline conveys travellers (in '/4 ^r-) to Solin- gen (Bairischer Hof), celebrated for its steel. The next important station is ..."

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