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  1. a branch of a stream. Jewelry. a tapering metal projection, usually heavier than a claw, rising from the base of a jewelry setting and used to hold a stone in position as needed.Compare claw (def. 7). verb (used with object) to pierce or stab with or as if with a prong. to supply with prongs. OTHER WORDS FOR prong 2 hook, tooth, spur.

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  5. 50 Synonyms of PRONG | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus Synonyms of prong See Definition prong 1 of 2 noun as in tine Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance tine barb spike pinpoint nose tip apex sticker pike snag jag prickle end point cusp nib prong 2 of 2 verb as in to bayonet Synonyms & Similar Words bayonet pike quill dirk gimlet prick poniard thrust

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  7. prong (prɔŋ, prɒŋ) n. 1. one of the pointed tines of a fork. 2. any pointed, projecting part, as of an antler. 3. a subdivision; fork. v.t. 4. to pierce or stab with or as if with a prong. [1400–50 late Middle English pronge, prange pain, affliction, pointed instrument]

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