An Offshoot Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. अंकु (p. aMku )
  2. 2. अंकुर (p. aMkura )
  3. 3. शाख (p. zAkha )

An Offshoot Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Love and fear. Love and fear is all there is—everything else is just an offshoot, motivated by those two."
- Alyson Noel, Dreamland

2. "There are only two emotions. Love and fear.... Love and fear is all there is == Everything else is just an offshoot motivated by those two."
- Quote by Alyson Noel

3. "There are only two emotions, love and fear. Love and fear is all there is--everything else is just an offshoot, motivated by those two."
- Alyson Noel, Dreamland

4. "The cultural ban on having sex with your friends is an inevitable offshoot of a societal belief that the only acceptable reason to have sex is to lead to a monogamous marriagelike relationship."
- Dossie Easton, The Ethical Slut : A Practical Guide to Polyamory

5. "They were the younger guys playing at the end of the Swing Era, just playing their version of it. It became known as bebop, which sounds esoteric, but it was really just an offshoot of swing music. That offshoot, however, almost instantly changed jazz music’s identity, advancing it from a danceable idiom played with the audience’s casual listening pleasure in mind to a more personal and cerebral modern music."
- Michael Segell, The Devil's Horn: The Story of the Saxophone

6. "banks of the Shangani on December 4, 1893, it will be necessary, very briefly, to sketch the events which led to the war between the English settlers in Mashonaland in South Africa and the Matabele tribe, an offshoot of the Zulu race. In October 1889, at the instance of Mr. Cecil Rhodes and others interested, the Chartered"
- Andrew Lang, The Red True Story Book

7. "Barringtons aren’t local by origin. They’re carpetbaggers from Philadelphia—an offshoot of a House that had grown too big to govern. Or more to the point, it’d grown too big for everyone to successfully get along without a whole lot of murdering going on."
- Cherie Priest, Hellbent

8. "the feeling of being a digression not the link in the argument, a new direction, an offshoot, the limb going on elsewhere, and liking that error, a feeling of being capable because an error, of being wrong perhaps altogether wrong a piece from another set stripped of position stripped of true function and loving that error, loving that filial form, that break from perfection where the complex mechanism fails, where the stranger appears in the clearing, out of nowhere and uncalled for, out of nowhere to share the day."
- Jorie Graham, The Dream of the Unified Field: Selected Poems

9. "IAGO Can’t help it? Nonsense! What we are is up to us. Our bodies are like gardens and our willpower is like the gardener. Depending on what we plant—weeds or lettuce, or one kind of herb rather than a variety, the garden will either be barren and useless, or rich and productive. If we didn’t have rational minds to counterbalance our emotions and desires, our bodily urges would take over. We’d end up in ridiculous situations. Thankfully, we have reason to cool our raging lusts. In my opinion, what you call love is just an offshoot of lust."
- Quote by William Shakespeare

10. "I believe only in those things that can be proven empirically. There has never been any proof that a god exists, and if such proof was found why the hell should we worship him? Organized religions are just elaborate con-tricks. Take the Christian religion from which yours is an offshoot: Obey me throughout your life, give me the product of your labour, and you will go to Paradise when you die. Disobey me and you will go to Hell and burn forever. Of course I cannot prove that this is what will actually happen – you just have to have faith. That was a good one, and it worked well enough in a society that still believed the Earth was flat."
- Neal Asher, The Line of Polity

 
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