Transpierce

  • 1 Transpierce — Trans*pierce , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Transpierced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Transpiercing}.] [Pref. trans + pierce: cf. F. transpercer.] To pierce through; to penetrate; to permeate; to pass through. [1913 Webster] The sides transpierced return a… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 transpierce — index enter (penetrate), lancinate, penetrate, pierce (lance) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 transpierce — [trans pirs′] vt. transpierced, transpiercing [Fr transpercer: see TRANS & PIERCE] 1. to pierce through completely 2. to pierce; penetrate …

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  • 4 transpierce — transitive verb Etymology: Middle French transpercer, from Old French, from trans (from Latin) + percer to pierce Date: 1592 to pierce through ; penetrate …

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  • 5 transpierce — /trans pears /, v.t., transpierced, transpiercing. to pierce through; penetrate; pass through. [1585 95; TRANS + PIERCE; cf. F transpercer] * * * …

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  • 6 transpierce — verb To pierce through; to pass through. Now, while the angry trumpet sounds alarms, Syn: permeate, penetrate …

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  • 7 transpierce — v. a. Transfix, penetrate, perforate, pierce through …

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  • 8 transpierce — trans·pierce …

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  • 9 transpierce — v.tr. pierce through …

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  • 10 Transpierced — Transpierce Trans*pierce , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Transpierced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Transpiercing}.] [Pref. trans + pierce: cf. F. transpercer.] To pierce through; to penetrate; to permeate; to pass through. [1913 Webster] The sides transpierced… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 11 Transpiercing — Transpierce Trans*pierce , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Transpierced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Transpiercing}.] [Pref. trans + pierce: cf. F. transpercer.] To pierce through; to penetrate; to permeate; to pass through. [1913 Webster] The sides transpierced… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12 Opening — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Opening >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 hole hole foramen Sgm: N 1 puncture puncture perforation Sgm: N 1 fontanel fontanel Sgm: N 1 transforation transforation Sgm: N 1 pinhole pinhole …

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  • 13 Scorpio (dart-thrower) — (Polybolos) was a Roman artillery piece invented in 50 BC.Fact|date=October 2007 Also known by the name of the triggerfish, it was described in detail by Vitruvius, with the next major improvement being the Cheiroballista. [Warry, J.(1995).… …

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  • 14 enter — en·ter vi: to go or come in; specif: to go upon real property by right of entry esp. to take possession lessor shall have the right to enter and take possession often used in deeds and leases vt 1: to come or go into he breaks into and enter s a… …

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  • 15 lancinate — I verb break through, cleave, cut, cut into, discerp, divide, empierce, fractionalize, fragment, gash, gore, impale, incise, knife, lacerate, lance, make an incision, penetrate, perforate, pierce, prick, puncture, rend, rip, rive, slash, slit,… …

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  • 16 penetrate — I verb absorb, bore, break into, burst in upon, cut through, empierce, enter, erupt, fill, filter in, flow in, force a passage, give entrance to, go through, gore, imbrue, impale, impregnate, infiltrate, inflow, inject, insert, interfuse, lance,… …

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  • 17 pierce — vt pierced, pierc·ing: to see through the usu. misleading or false appearance of the object of summary judgment is to pierce the pleadings and allow a judgment on the merits J. H. Friedenthal et al. the Internal Revenue Service may attempt to… …

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  • 18 bayonet — Synonyms and related words: dagger, dirk, dudgeon, impale, knife, lance, pierce, plunge in, poniard, run through, saber, spear, spike, spit, stab, stick, stiletto, sword, transfix, transpierce …

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  • 19 bite — Synonyms and related words: acerbity, acidity, acridity, acrimony, acuminate, acute pain, adhere to, afflict, agonize, ail, allotment, allowance, and sinker, astringency, auger, bait, be a sucker, be keen, be taken in, bear hug, benumb, big end,… …

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  • 20 bore — Synonyms and related words: acupunctuation, acupuncture, aggravation, annoyance, auger, bad news, be tedious, bedevilment, billow, bite, bore stiff, bore to death, bore to distraction, bore to tears, boring, bother, botheration, bothersomeness,… …

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