[ US /ˈfɔɹkɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /fˈɔːkɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of branching out or dividing into branches
  2. the place where something divides into branches
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How To Use forking In A Sentence

  • Lighting, caused by collisions of volcanic dust, is seen forking from the lava and ash erupting from the centre of the volcano Photo Gallery of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull Volcano | Impact Lab
  • There was something about the rolling stride with which they moved that spoke of a lifetime of forking hay, sitting astride tractors, or herding cattle and sheep.
  • Memory, like the brain itself, is a garden of forking paths. Times, Sunday Times
  • After a crash course on dining with élan and forking food with flair, the surprise test came on china piled high with tricky-to-eat broccoli, sprouts and small sautéed potatoes.
  • Memory, like the brain itself, is a garden of forking paths. Times, Sunday Times
  • Live albums are often considered slightly rubbish, song remakes with applause at the end rarely being a better substitute for new, original material or the notion of forking out an extra £5 to actually see the band live. The Line Of Best Fit
  • Freshen beds and borders planted with spring flowers by lightly forking over the surface.
  • A new report reveals we are forking out fortunes to bankroll bureaucrats with barmy "non-job" titles.
  • There are plenty of other cultural predecessors for the idea of forking, all demonstrating that moving away from the need for a forced consensus can be great for innovation, while also reducing social tensions. Links
  • Motorists already reeling from the credit crunch are now forking out 1.20 for a litre of unleaded petrol. The Sun
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