[ UK /tɹˈa‍ɪdənt/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹaɪdənt/ ]
  1. a spear with three prongs
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How To Use trident In A Sentence

  • Knives, swords, tridents and throwing knives were the norm.
  • People are put off by his strident voice.
  • She comes across as very different from the stereotypes of the bitter single career woman or the strident female in power.
  • We will order and complete the fourth Trident submarine.
  • In front the violin sang a strident tune, and the biniou snored and hummed, while the player capered solemnly, lifting high his heavy clogs. Tales of Unrest
  • Most of the time his voice was loud and strident. Christianity Today
  • A good example of such a costly vessel incorporating the figure of Neptune with his trident is shown in the Kalf painting in Plate XI.
  • Owing in large part to the Administration's ham-handed advance work, the strident conservative anger that erupted this summer over health-care reform has shifted from town halls to school halls.
  • Operation Trident, which tackles black-on-black crime in London, is investigating both the incidents.
  • Time trial : should Trident add short - notice capability to the US global - strike mission?
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