prong

[ prawng, prong ]SEE DEFINITION OF prong

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRONG

In other cases a hook or prong is bent to change the spring tension.

Old muskets fired by a fusee, with a prong to rest the barrel on.

Then one man has a rake too heavy for him, and another a prong too light.

Had we turned up the other prong we would have frozen to death.

With one prong of a compass in the centre of Hudson Bay, describe a circle.

"I'll take the one rubbing his side with his prong," put in Darry.

She went, therefore, in her present difficulty to Mr. Prong.

And as she walked she met Mr. Prong himself, intent on his pastoral business.

Rachel I know is obstinate, but mother means well, Mr. Prong.

Hitherto she had entertained no objection to calling on Mr. Prong at his own house.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRONG

tine

nounpoint of fork

tooth

nouna toothlike or tooth-shaped object
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