bifurcated[ verb, adjective bahy-fer-keyt, bahy-fur-keyt; adjective bahy-fer-kit, bahy-fur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF bifurcated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIFURCATED
Does not the sex that is bifurcated by day keep by night to its manly bifurcation?
She preserves the different tendencies that have bifurcated with their growth.
They soon looked like a bifurcated dishrag, and taking them off, he threw them away.
The ribs are short structures with bifurcated proximal ends.
All he had done was to risk a harmless jest: So then, my friends, you are to be bifurcated!
These are single-tined, though in rare instances they are bifurcated.
Here a bifurcated ridge in the baby is filled up in the boy.
We are tyrannized by Major and Minor—by the bifurcated garment.
The arms were short and thick and ended in bifurcated lumps of flesh like swollen hands encased in old-fashioned mittens.
When her father went to put off his long, bifurcated greatcoat, she returned to her seat by the fire, and forgot to make the tea.