four-pronged four-pronged

Definition(s):

  • (adj) having four prongs

Usage(s):

  1. He's pushing a four-pronged offensive designed to give the Army 30% more combat punch without permanently adding soldiers.
  2. They're pushing a four-pronged offensive designed to give the Army 30% more combat punch without permanently adding soldiers.
  3. From the sky one of All-American's Stinsons, trailing a four-pronged hook from its belly on a cable, bore down and passed over the rope between the poles.

News

  • State confirms Central High School cheating occurred

    A four-pronged state investigation of the Beaumont school district - focusing on student attendance and finance accounting, cheating allegations and the special education program - should conclude before school starts on Aug. 29, according to the district's leader. The Texas Education Agency verified an incident did occur at Central Medical Magnet High School this past school year in which a ...
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Beaumont Enterprise

Quotes

  1. "We made it pretty clear before first Test selection that we consider our best balance will contain a spinner, but there are going to be various conditions where a four-pronged pace attack will not be ruled out," Hilditch said. "It will all...
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Andrew Hilditch Source: CricInfo.com

  2. "It's hard to justify Johnson's inclusion in a four-pronged attack," The Sydney Morning Herald's Peter Roebuck said. "Australia cannot afford to carry a pace bowler on a wing and a prayer. Johnson has had a bad tour. He's been in England for...
    on Jul 26, 2009 By: Peter Roebuck Source: AFP

  3. "I expect England to retain the Ashes this winter because of our four-pronged pace attack," Botham wrote. "I can't see how Australia's batsmen will be any better equipped to deal with Freddie Flintoff's fab four quick bowlers this time round....
    on Sep 14, 2006 By: Ian Botham Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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