Definitions

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  • adj. Having (a specified number or type of) prongs

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having prongs or projections like the tines of a fork.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches
  • adj. having prongs or tines; usually used in combination

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Examples

  • It also determined the inevitablity of FDR’s alphabet agencies, Johnson’s Great Society welfare expansion, and Obama’s twin pronged attack (industry, health care).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Post-War Devastation

  • "We're going to do this two-pronged, meaning in parallel," Vitavas Srivihok, director general for ASEAN affairs at the Thai foreign ministry, told AFP.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • Through the Economic Development Corporation, the city has supported similar multi-pronged support programs aimed at other industries, including the arts and financial services.

    City Sews Up Boost for Fashion Industry

  • This is a two-pronged question, only one prong of which, the novel, I feel even remotely qualified to address.

    MIND MELD: What's the Best Story to Never Win a Hugo?

  • Here is Trump's four-pronged outline for guaranteed success:

    To: the Mets, From: The Donald

  • Had he not halted the horses, turned the reins over to Saxon, and shot an eight-pronged buck from the wagon-seat?

    CHAPTER XVI

  • Other tools were arrayed on a white towel, like an exhibit of Civil War medical instruments: three-pronged ice tongs, dull knives, a wooden mallet.

    Old-Fashioned

  • Contrary to what you may think, if you have ever used an EU-standard electrical plug, you will understand that while having a hole to conveniently pull out a plug is surely nice, the design above, the leveled two-pronged plug is not a good design.

    Sculptural Water Stopping Water Sink Plug

  • They see the inevitable endgame approaching and they have decided to address the situation with a multi-pronged strategy in hopes of delaying the end of their traditional business model as long as possible.

    What’s in store for the major labels?

  • But a new BusinessWeek report says that this leap-into-action model should be avoided for issues outside your skill set and suggests following a three-pronged method instead.

    How To Make Decisions Outside Your Comfort Zone | Lifehacker Australia

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