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- adj. Having the ends forked or branched, and the ends of the branches terminating abruptly as if cut off; -- said of an ordinary, especially of a cross.
I like using a hoe but I do need une fourche ( 'gardener fork') to remove the roots of
One form I remember is forke or fourke where MF has fourche -- "forked".
'May I dance with you?' he asked politely, dropping his fourche to show he trusted them.
With honest Jean Baptiste, more deeply read in the _Petit Catéchisme_ than in heathen mythology, the dreaded god of the sea and his truculent trident were ominous, in his simple eyes, they symbolised the Prince of Darkness, "_Le diable et sa fourche_," the terrors of a hereafter.
We shall only follow our old road as far as the Boeuf, where we take a road up by Girard, to leave the negroes there, I am glad we are to take a different road, though I should like to see the beautiful forest of the La fourche again,
Page 66 he examined the wheel and saw that it needed filling, but he said it might last to La fourche, and sure enough it did.
He says: -- "_Elle souffrait beaucoup, car la fourche de la selle lui avait perforé les intestins.
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