forky

forky

(ˈfɔːkɪ)
adj, -kier or -kiest
forked

fork•y

(ˈfɔr ki)

adj. fork•i•er, fork•i•est.
forked.
[1500–10]
fork′i•ness, n.
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It took almost 20 minutes for the giant forky to present a shot.
Don't think because it is a button or spike that it is a 1 1/2-year-old, while a forky or other small-racked deer is at least a year older.
The fork/spoon combo is a clear example of form over function, the fork not forky enough and the spoon not spoony enough, the two canceling out each other's effectiveness.
I saw the big non-typical again, and as I was craning my neck to get a look at him, I noticed somebody else looking at me from 30 yards away: a forky mule deer buck had spotted the movement.
Thus when on wanton wing intrepid Love Snatch'd the raised lightening from the arm of Jove; Quick o'er his knee the triple bolt he bent, The cluster'd darts and forky arrows rent.
I don't want to burn my home-state tag on a forky, because it will end my season and I want to take something more mature for my yearlong efforts.
At one point Lefty bedded down, but he kept close watch on a forky that had bedded right under us.
But a buck that is a spike or forky at 1 1/2 can also become a great buck at maturity.
That little forky was a deer I desperately wanted to possess, and I didn't get to because I hadn't cut a.
The first buck to cruise through was a forky, but the second was an honest 150-inch buck that offered me a shot I should have been able to make with my eyes closed.