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Synonyms for fork

Synonyms for fork

something resembling or structurally analogous to a tree branch

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

fork out: to distribute (money) as payment

Synonyms for fork

cutlery used for serving and eating food

the act of branching out or dividing into branches

the region of the angle formed by the junction of two branches

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an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging

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the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk

lift with a pitchfork

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place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy pieces

divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork

shape like a fork

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References in classic literature ?
For the day came when Mulcachy rapped the chair with his whip-butt, when the attendant through the bars jabbed the iron fork into Ben Bolt's ribs, and when Ben Bolt, anything but royal, slinking like a beaten alley-cat, in pitiable terror, crawled over to the chair and sat down in it like a man.
His preference was to remain where he was, but from behind, through the bars of the cage, came shouts and yells, the lash of whips, and the painful thrusts of the long iron forks.
Colonel," said Father Brown, "I tell you that this archangel of impudence who stole your forks walked up and down this passage twenty times in the blaze of all the lamps, in the glare of all the eyes.
The dinner's going again in spanking style, and old Audley has got to make a speech in honour of the forks being saved.
It's unknown when metal was first used to build forks, but it was probably during the 18th century, when local blacksmiths began to fasten metal tips to wooden fork tines and hammered the entire set of tines out of wrought iron.
The toasting fork, which is tipped with a silver pommel bearing the inscription "A Present from the New Country from G.
Designed by ADI President Kevin Smith, the Fork Rhino allows a user to eliminate the single fork method of moving trailers which can result in fork sag and uncontrolled fork swing.
We're still here," said South Fork Police Chief James Chavez.
WASHINGTON: Researchers have found a new way to control the amount we eat: Use a bigger fork.
When the lift truck forks are raised above 12 feet, a laser line displays on the pallet to show operators the fork position, helping lift truck operators more easily and quickly engage pallets," says Susan Comfort, Class II product manager for Raymond Corp.
The North Fork Bank branch features a terrazzo floor radiating in a starburst from a central checking desk, deep brown, palm-leaf pattern carpet, woven dark wood fixtures, metal painted ceiling tiles, handcrafted burnished brass chandelier and oversized plush leather chairs.
Pushing and shoving then nudged some ants at the forks in the road toward the underutilized branch.
First we scouted a section of the Henry's Fork called the Gravel Pit and tried to get into position to fish, but the few rising trout were feeding sporadically.
If you want to really get away from it all, consider booking a whitewater trip down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River with Solitude River Trips.