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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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His helpless body guided thus by the tail, his chest jabbed by the iron fork in Mulcachy's hands, the rope was suddenly lowered, and Ben Bolt, with swimming brain, found himself seated in the chair.
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.
The dinner's going again in spanking style, and old Audley has got to make a speech in honour of the forks being saved.
Your fish-plates, they are cleared away with the knife and fork on them
Robinson, Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM), visited with leaders and airmen at Grand Forks Air Force Base to see the bases potential for Arctic missions, work with the Global Hawk, and its innovation in remotely piloted aircraft operations and training up close.
Hand forks of different styles fall into this category and include those for pitching hay, straw, ear corn and silage, along with those for digging up and throwing manure and root crops such as potatoes.
New, manual, extendable KOOI-FORKS replace the original forks on a lift truck.
The Fork Rhino eliminates fork sag by spreading the fork load evenly to both forks.
Two sets of forks were used to tinker with bite size: a larger fork that held 20 percent more food than the fork usually used in the restaurant, and a smaller fork that held 20 percent less than the usual utensil.
assist Reach-Fork[R] truck operators in accurately placing forks when storing and retrieving pallets in racks.
Fork positions on heavy trucks are a must as forks become near impossible to move manually at lifting capacities above 5 tonnes.
Pushing and shoving then nudged some ants at the forks in the road toward the underutilized branch.
The days of considering single-stream processing a West Coast phenomenon might be well past, considering the experiences not only of Great Lakes International Recycling in Michigan, but also the recycling program in Grand Forks, N.
5-5%, depending on the manufacturer "But when you spill two hundred gallons in a basement, that's a lot of toxic compounds," says David Tilotta, a chemistry professor at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.
The three forks of the San Gabriel River, the west, east and north - considered one of the prime fly-fishing areas in Southern California - Crystal Lake, Arroyo Seco Creek, Jackson Lake, Pyramid Lake and Little Rock Reservoir are all closed.