verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of fork
OTHER WORDS FROM forkforkless, adjectiveforklike, adjectiveun·fork, verb (used with object)
Example sentences from the Web for fork
There was a blond girl he liked in Three Forks, where his uncle lived.
You will instead: Begin gathering nearby plates, dishes, forks and leftovers.
This was a throwback, for by then forks were nearly universal.
Spoons are sometimes used with firm puddings,” noted a cookbook of 1887, “but forks are the better style.
Because we use knives and forks every day, we do not notice how they hamper us.
Meantime, the rebels had retired to their fortified position at Five Forks.In The Ranks|R. E. McBride
Even when Heylin published his Cosmography, (1652,) forks were still a novelty.Ten Thousand Wonderful Things|Edmund Fillingham King
Some time in March, 1757, we began to move back to the forks of Cayahoga, which was about forty or fifty miles.Captives Among the Indians|James Smith
Its forks were probably at the entrance of Frozenman's Creek, its largest northern tributary.
Leaving Captain Mackey with his company to garrison the fort, Washington advanced towards the forks.From Farm House to the White House|William M. Thayer
British Dictionary definitions for fork
- a division into two or more branches
- the point where the division begins
- such a branch