This plow prepares the ground admirably for the pronged hoe, and it may be used between rows of cuttings and seedlings.
A couple of pronged sticks are driven into the ground to serve as props for a horizontal bar.
They run of as tho Satun hisself was arter them with a red hot ten pronged pitchfork.
They run ort as tho Satun hisself was arter them with a red hot ten pronged pitchfork.
With a pronged implement that they had given him, he set to work to mash the food into as soft a mass as possible.
The man in the punt was busy catching eels with a pronged pole, tipped with iron.
For the price of one of them you could buy a three pronged candlestick, equipped for electricity, for your dining-room table.
These rods were pronged branches, sometimes of willow, but preferably of witch-hazel or wild cherry.
Not a word was said; but as they advanced the troops opened fire with their jingalls and darted their pronged spears at them.
A hundred hooks: So many devils with their pronged hooks were waiting to receive the victim.
early 15c., prange "pointed instrument;" mid-15c., pronge "pain," from Anglo-Latin pronga "prong, pointed tool," of unknown origin, perhaps related to Middle Low German prange "stick, restraining device," prangen "to press, pinch." See also prod, which might be related. Prong-horned antelope is from 1815 (short form pronghorn attested from 1826).