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adjective as in forked

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This two-pronged approach packs an added punch in campaigns, she said.

From Digiday

As part of Sephora’s multi-pronged approach to re-engage customers of color, it’s updating its zero-tolerance policy to make sure staff who exhibit racially-biased behavior are investigated consistently.

From Fortune

Elizabeth Howard, senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice, describes it as a two-pronged approach.

Solving this massive and multi-pronged problem begins with connection.

From Fortune

There’s no single answer for what’s going on, but most pawnbrokers and experts have a two-pronged explanation.

From Vox

Plouffe, it should be noted, is just one part of a multi-pronged political operation.

But the list is an indication of the rapid expansion of the multi-pronged American campaign in Iraq.

A senior administration official described it as “a multi-pronged attack across hundreds of kilometers in northern Iraq.”

They had a two-pronged invasion strategy: Kill everybody and steal everything.

This time around, says Brandon, FreedomWorks has a three-pronged mission.

He flung his three-pronged hook over the high wall which separated Azalea Lodge from the empty house.

Pent up forces in the west were loosed, and Neptune, deity of the ocean, with his three-pronged trident stalked abroad.

Just run a green switch through the gills and lay it across on two pronged sticks stuck up on each side of the fire.

The votary pays his five centimes and is armed by the presiding genius of the place with a huge two-pronged iron fork.

They run ort as tho Satun hisself was arter them with a red hot ten pronged pitchfork.


On this page you'll find 279 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pronged, such as: angled, bifurcate, bifurcated, branched, branching, and divaricate.

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