What is another word for offshoots?

Pronunciation: [ˈɒfʃuːts] (IPA)

Offshoots are synonymous with branches, divisions, subdivisions, satellites, satellites, outgrowths, spinoffs, derivatives, extensions, and ramifications. These terms all refer to smaller groups or divisions that have split off from a larger entity or organization. They may take on their own identities or may share similar characteristics to the original group. For example, a corporation may have several offshoots or subsidiaries that operate independently but are still under the same corporate umbrella. In a biological context, an offshoot can be a new plant or shoot growing from the base of an established plant. Overall, offshoots are a common occurrence in various contexts and are often important for diversification and growth.

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Usage examples for Offshoots

In fact, my dear niece, these would seem, like all other Irish misfortunes, the mere offshoots of her own dark ignorance and barbarism.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
Thus were the offshoots of the two greatest and most cultivated and refined of modern nations, vis-a-vis, in the heart of the American continent.
"The History of Peru"
Henry S. Beebe
Nor did these offshoots from the old buccaneer stem confine their depredations to the American seas alone; the East Indies and the African coast also witnessed their doings, and suffered from them, and even the Bay of Biscay had good cause to remember more than one visit from them.
"Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates"
Howard I. Pyle

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