Containing or characterized by a fork: a forked river. (adjective)
Shaped like or similar to a fork: forked lightning; a forked tail. (adjective)
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Use "forked" in a sentence
"III. iii.276 (443,9) forked plague] In allusion to a _barbed_ or _forked_ arrow, which, once infixed, cannot be extracted."
"Having paid Carey over $15 million for Glitter, the label forked out an additional $28 million to void the remaining contract."
"This is what I call a forked reading because you can see that the possible futures "- I tapped the Three of Swords and the Nine of Pentacles -" are wildly split."