What is another word for ramous?
[ ɹˈaməs], [ ɹˈaməs], [ ɹ_ˈa_m_ə_s]
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Synonyms for Ramous:
n.• branchy (noun)
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How to use "Ramous" in context?
The word "ramous" is derived from the Late Latin word "ramo," meaning "thicket." Thicket referred originally to a thicket of bushes or small trees. The word "ramous" entered English in the early 1600s, and it was first recorded in a work by the French scholar Michel de Montaigne. The Oxford English Dictionary defines "ramous" as "cheap and luxurious; a throng; a dense crowd.
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