The '-pronged' group
These combining forms combine with numbers and with adjectives such as double. The adjectives formed indicate the size or quality of something, or how many parts of a particular kind a thing, person, or animal has.
-armed -barrelled -bedded -bedroomed -bore -carat -day -decker -engined -figure -headed -legged -lobed -man -person -piece -ply -pronged -roomed -sided -speed -storey -storeyed -tier -tog -way -woman
They settled down in a one-bedroomed flat in Thames Ditton.
He armed himself with a wooden club and a double-barrelled shotgun and pursued his wife to her secret home in London.
He promised a four-pronged attack on the causes of crime.
There is a trend towards character boats such as the ever popular Cornish Shrimper with its traditional four-sided sails.
Nine people were rescued from the rubble of the five-storey building, which collapsed on Thursday evening.
In the later 80s, Ivana toured Britain with her own two-woman play about Sylvia Plath.