Definition of Bifurcates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of bifurcate) ¹



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Definition of Bifurcates

1. bifurcate [v] - See also: bifurcate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bifurcates

biformity
biforous
bifoveal fixation
bifront
bifronted
bifunctional
bifunctionally
bifundamental
bifundamentals
bifuran
bifurcate
bifurcate ligament
bifurcated
bifurcated ligament
bifurcately
bifurcates (current term)
bifurcating
bifurcatio
bifurcatio aortae
bifurcatio tracheae
bifurcatio trunci pulmonalis
bifurcation
bifurcation lymph nodes
bifurcation of aorta
bifurcation of pulmonary trunk
bifurcation of trachea
bifurcation theory
bifurcations
bifurcative
bifurcous

Literary usage of Bifurcates

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1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1887)
"Here it bifurcates—one branch, the Kudra, turning to the west, and ultimately joining the ... bifurcates ..."

2. The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain by Archibald Geikie (1897)
"dolerite, coming evidently from an easterly quarter, has broken up and thrust itself beneath a bed of limestone. Again, when the sill bifurcates ..."

3. The Comparative anatomy of the domesticated animals by Auguste Chauveau (1887)
"... the second proceeds to the interdigital space, where it bifurcates to form thu internal collateral palmar nenes afilie external digit, and external ..."

4. Description of Some New Species of Invertebrates from the Palaeozoic Rocks by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1894)
"The proximal arm, on the left of the azygous area, bifurcates on the sixth plate, and the proximal side again on the ninth plate, and the distal side ..."

5. New Species of Crinoids from Illinois and Other States by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1896)
"The distal ray bifurcates on the seventh plate and the proximal one does not bifurcate. In other words, in this ray, one distal ray bifurcates and the ether ..."

6. The Arteries of the gastro-intestinal tract with inosculation circle by Byron Robinson (1908)
"Whence it primarily bifurcates in 70 per cent, of subjects (into colica sinistra and proximal hemorrhoidal) and ..."

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