|part of speech:
||ramified, ramifies, ramifying
||to spread into or become divided into many branches or subdivisions.
The capillaries ramify and then widen as they become small veins, or venules.
||to have or produce effects or consequences that make some original matter more complex.
This decision will likely ramify, and we will need to face more dilemmas in the future.
||branch, diverge, separate