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  • adj. forked into two; bifurcate

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Bifurcate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having two forks or prongs; two- forked: as, “a biforked beam,”


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  • The ridge of mountains on which Mount Olympus is situated, whose rugged summits were seen no less fancifully towering over the forest than those of the east side, bounded to a considerable extent our western horizon; on these, however, not one conspicuous eminence arose, nor could we now distinguish that which on the sea-coast appeared to be centrally situated, forming an elegant biforked mountain.

    Handbook to the new Gold-fields

  • -- It is further to be observed, that the mouth of the serpent was occasionally opened by means of a horsehair skilfully adjusted for the purpose, at the same time that by similar means the animal darted out its biforked tongue to the terror of the amazed bystanders.

    Lives of the Necromancers

  • [ "So the biforked Aufidus, which flows through the realm of the

    The Essays of Montaigne — Complete


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