Definition of triform in English:

triform

Syllabification: tri·form
Pronunciation: /ˈtrīˌfôrm
 
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adjective

technical
Composed of three parts: strawberries nestling among their triform leaves
More example sentences
  • Before the afterglow of the bi-cultural stringed performance faded away, a triformed movie by Keiko Tsuji started to roll on the wall.
  • Steiner's concept of a triformed, or threefold society in which the economic, cultural and political spheres would enjoy relative autonomy within the social organism has not yet been tried.
  • The solvent then passes through an improved filter assembly which contains a sediment filter and a triformed filter.

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