Fork [verb]

Definition of Fork:

go separate ways

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Opposite/Antonyms of Fork:

Sentence/Example of Fork:

Mash the feta and tomatoes with a fork and mix until evenly combined.

That fork may not be worth $100 unless you have an emotional connection to it.

With them, he could use a fork and a knife at the same time to feed himself.

You need access to your arms to eat, and a blanket will either slide off your back or down into your lap when you reach for a fork.

Right now, we’re sitting with a plate of tangled spaghetti — worrisome political trends that knot together in ways that almost ensure if you’re slurping up one of them, you’ll end up with another on the end of your fork.

To thicken the liquid, smash a few beans with a fork and simmer uncovered until desired consistency is reached.

The only thing I’d change about the lasagna is the cooking time for the squash, which defied my fork in spots.

Place the pot on the stove, bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, and cook, skimming off any impurities that float to the top, until a fork easily slides into the celery root with little to no resistance, about 20 minutes.

It's not pretty per se, but the guest will eat the cake out of the glass with a fork.

Lock a few of these forks together to build a freestanding tripod.