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fork

[ fawrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF fork

Synonyms for fork

  • angle
  • bifurcate
  • divaricate
  • diverge
  • divide
  • part
  • split
  • branch off
  • branch out
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Antonyms for fork

  • agree
  • combine
  • connect
  • join
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORK

The morning of the 24th we reached the Loup fork of the Platte.

But he didn't pay the postage on his own letter, so that I had to fork out double.

It was only when coming back, carving knife and fork in hand, that she spoke again.

Probe it with a fork, and do not take it up till it is tender throughout.

Turn them frequently with a pair of steak-tongs, or with a knife and fork.

Try them with a fork, and see that they are done all through; they will take at least an hour.

Prick them with a fork, and crimp or scollop the edges neatly.

This was the fork in the trail, but he had no means of knowing it.

I hope you have brought your appetite with you, and intend to play a good knife and fork?'

Mrs. Jenkins accommodated him with a plate and knife and fork, and with some more muffins.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FORK

angle

nounshape formed by two lines meeting at a point

bifurcated

verbdivide into two branches
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