Thesaurus / bifurcateFEEDBACK
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The flaking used to bifurcate the stem appears to be of the same type as that used to bevel the stem edges.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
The roads from Cagnes to Grasse and Vence bifurcate at the foot of the hill on which the castle is built.
RIVIERA TOWNSHERBERT ADAMS GIBBONS
He had a long bifurcate beard made of gold wire, feet like a bird's, and other rather startling anatomical features.
TEMPLE TROUBLEHENRY BEAM PIPER
In the second form they bifurcate in the same mariner, but the two branches are spirals.
THE APPENDAGES, ANATOMY, AND RELATIONSHIPS OF TRILOBITESPERCY EDWARD RAYMOND
Distal apex bifid or bifurcate, with two thin parallel teeth.
It consists mainly of radiating fibres which bifurcate frequently in such a way that a bush-like structure is produced.
FRESHWATER SPONGES, HYDROIDS & POLYZOANELSON ANNANDALE
The dry conditions that open the cone and release the seeds cause the bifurcate base of the wing to grasp the nut more firmly.
THE GENUS PINUSGEORGE RUSSELL SHAW
Bifurcate: divided, not over half its length, into two dull points; forked.
EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN ENTOMOLOGYJOHN. B. SMITH
So words grow and bifurcate, diverge and dwindle, until one root has many branches.
There are often smaller gills between the others, and sometimes they are two-forked (bifurcate), and are connected by veins.
AMONG THE MUSHROOMSELLEN M. DALLAS AND CAROLINE A. BURGIN
WORDS RELATED TO BIFURCATE
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.