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  • "But, dear father," objected Gerard, "I see not the bifurcal daggers, with which men say his excellency armeth the left hand of a man."

    The Cloister and the Hearth

  • They do even tell of a cardinal at Rome, which armeth his guest's left hand with a little bifurcal dagger to hold the meat, while his knife cutteth it.

    The Cloister and the Hearth


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  • See bifurcate (OED).

    December 27, 2014