Definition of Trifurcating

1. Verb. (present participle of trifurcate) ¹



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Definition of Trifurcating

1. trifurcate [v] - See also: trifurcate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trifurcating

trifoliums
trifoly
triforia
triforium
triform
triformed
triformity
trifunctional
trifunctionality
trifunctionally
trifuran
trifurans
trifurcate
trifurcated
trifurcates
trifurcating (current term)
trifurcation
trifurcations
trig
trig point
trig points
trigamies
trigamist
trigamists
trigamous
trigamy
trigastric
trigeminal
trigeminal caudal nucleus
trigeminal cave

Literary usage of Trifurcating

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1. Power House Design by John Francis Cleverton Snell (1911)
"... the maximum load being 30000 KW A 3-core cable is brought from each generator to a trifurcating box, shown at the bottom of the diagram where all three ..."

2. Electrical Traction by Ernest Wilson, Francis Lydall (1907)
"Such a trifurcating box as manufactured by Messrs Callender Co. is illustrated in ... trifurcating box for three-phase high tension cables. (Callender Co. ..."

3. North American Index Fossils by Amadeus William Grabau, Hervey Woodburn Shimer (1910)
"Higher than wide; sides flattened; costa? bifurcating and occasionally trifurcating, when the branches on opposite sides do not regularly correspond. ..."

4. Annual Report by Geological Survey of Canada (1906)
"Venter and umbilicus both apparently narrow ; radiating ribs low, broad and bifurcating or trifurcating. Peel river No. 16. A small and very badly preserved ..."

5. A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia: With Figures of All the Species by Charles Darwin (1854)
"... repeatedly trifurcating, rarely forming hexagonal or quadrangular loops, and with the branches placed approximately parallel to each other. ..."

6. A Textbook of Geology by Amadeus William Grabau (1921)
"1665, vertically compressed with strong bifurcating or trifurcating ribs which cross the venter and are often spinose), ..."

7. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands by New York Academy of Sciences (1920)
"Apex sub-central; coarse radial ribs, somewhat irregular, bifurcating and trifurcating. Diameter 14 mm., height of apex 6 mm. Locality.—204. Horizon. ..."

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