bi·​fur·​cat·​ed | \ ˈbī-(ˌ)fər-ˌkā-təd  , bī-ˈfər- \

Definition of bifurcated

divided into two branches or parts

This near-earth asteroid appears as a bifurcated structure, consisting of two distinct lobes that seem to be in contact.— Richard P. Binzel et al.The town is a bifurcated community—two distinct communities in one, really.— Dennis Farney… the strange bifurcated world of whiteness and blackness in which I was born and reared.— William Styron

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