To be sure, a zillion Obama critics are dumping on the bifurcated break.
Quindlen said she was avoiding the bifurcated view our culture has of relationships.
Except for the bifurcated stem some examples are similar to some of the Jude points recovered in this excavation.
Does not the sex that is bifurcated by day keep by night to its manly bifurcation?
I dodged as he whisked by with a vicious slap of his bifurcated tail, and nearly upset the boat.
The ribs are short structures with bifurcated proximal ends.
It is bifurcated at the wide end, five rows having been omitted from the middle of the belt for about one-third of the length.
Here a bifurcated ridge in the baby is filled up in the boy.
Many of the fish in the bifurcated river are of delicious flavor, but rice and fruit form the principal diet.
We are tyrannized by Major and Minor—by the bifurcated garment.
bifurcate bi·fur·cate (bī'fər-kāt', bī-fûr'-)
v. bi·fur·cat·ed, bi·fur·cat·ing, bi·fur·cates
To divide into two parts or branches. adj. (-kāt', -kĭt)
Forked or divided into two parts or branches.