- tricyclic antidepressant,
- tridarn cupboard,
Origin of trident
Examples from the Web for trident
In January 2008, Mullaney formed Trident Financial Holdings & Acquisitions, LLC.
But Clegg was effective with his specific and repeated call to cut the budget for the Trident nuclear-submarine program.
And as she carried the attempt too far, I got angry, and heating with a charm the prongs of my trident, I marked her on the loins.The Kath Sarit Sgara|Somadeva Bhatta
And theres another item there--it was the Trident that rammed the sub.The Radio Detectives in the Jungle|A. Hyatt Verrill
A subtle change in Captain Ellis' manner became perceptible as though he had laid aside the trident of deputy-Neptune.The Shadow-Line|Joseph Conrad
Take, then, this trident, and hide it carefully when you see her show the greatest love and affection.Vikram and the Vampire|Richard F. Burton
The Colbert type, of which there are two; the Colbert and the Trident.
Word Origin for trident
mid-15c., from Latin tridentem (nominative tridens; genitive tridentis) "three-pronged, three-toothed," from tri- "three" (see tri-) + dens (genitive dentis) "tooth" (see tooth). As a type of U.S. nuclear-powered submarine, recorded from 1972.