a bird with a forked tail
The path dipped down to a sort of cove, and then it forked in two directions.
He forked an egg onto a piece of bread and folded it into a sandwich.
Beyond the village the road forked.
Jaegers are swift black birds with long forked tails.
The road forked in two directions. He had obviously taken the wrong fork.
The farmer forked hay.
I've forked out enough money on this holiday.
A small sum of money is supposed to be forked out quarterly for burglary and robbery insurance.
He forked the weeds out.
A lamb goes astray on a forked road.
The waves were running mountains high and the inky clouds were riven by forked lightning.
The black sky was illuminated by forked lightning.
Ann forked some fish into her mouth.
Snakes have forked tongues.
And flickered his tongue like a forked night on the air, so black.
He added that people think of dragons as being dishonest because of their forked tongues.
They forked up as much of the soil possible, easing compaction.
He forked the soil.
I forked out almost one thousand dollars for the dinner.
Jealousy does not protrude its forked tongue at the artist who produce a commonplace painting.
I am a large bird with a hooked bill, a forked tail, and long broad wings.
我是一种有著钩型鸟嘴 、 像鱼一样分叉尾巴以及长宽翅膀的大鸟.
He speaks with forked tongue.
Wood ash should be forked or dug into the soil.
We forked right at the church.
Fig . 2. Simple and forked germ tubes of conidia of the melon powdery mildew fungi.
We stood undecided at a parting of the ways where a forest path forked.
South African shrub having forked spines and plumlike fruit; frequently used as hedging.
1. resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches;
"the biramous appendages of an arthropod"
"long branched hairs on its legson which pollen collects"
"a forked river"
"a forked tail"
"horseradish grown in poor soil may develop prongy roots"
2. having two meanings with intent to deceive;
"a sly double meaning"
"spoke with forked tongue"
with forked tongue