Synonyms of outgrowth
1 productDictionary • Her first book is an outgrowth of an art project she began in 1988.
product • The company is the product of a merger.
result • This is the result of eating too much fatty food.
development • There has been a significant development in the case.
fruit • The findings are the fruit of more than three years' research.
consequence • Her lawyers said she understood the consequences of her actions.
outcome • It's too early to predict the outcome of the race.
legacy • a programme to overcome the legacy of inequality created by Apartheid
derivative • a poppy-seed derivative similar to heroin
offshoot • Psychology began as an offshoot of natural philosophy.
upshot • So the upshot is we're going for lunch on Friday.
2 offshootDictionary • A new organism develops as an outgrowth or bud.
shoot • This week saw the first pink shoots of the new season's crop.
branch • the low, overhanging branches of a giant pine tree
limb • the limb of an enormous leafy tree
protuberance • a protuberance on the upper jawbone
excrescence • The annexe is an architectural excrescence.
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• the low, overhanging branches of a giant pine tree
consequenceThe consequences of something are the results or effects of it.
• Her lawyers said she understood the consequences of her actions.
Thesaurus for outgrowth from the Collins English Thesaurus
a thing growing out of a main body