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  • Nagor Reply
    verb pierce, stick, run through, spike, lance, spear, skewer, spit, transfix He died after being impaled on railings. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  • Sharg Reply
    verb (used with object), im·paled, im·pal·ing. to fasten, stick, or fix upon a sharpened stake or the like. to pierce with a sharpened stake thrust up through the body, as for torture or punishment. to fix upon, or .
  • Daizahn Reply
    impale meaning: 1. to push a sharp object through something, especially the body of an animal or person: 2. to. Learn more.
  • Madal Reply
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  • Dall Reply
    Impale definition is - to pierce with or as if with something pointed; especially: to torture or kill by fixing on a sharp stake. How to use impale in a sentence.
  • JoJogul Reply
    impale verb pierce, stick, run through, spike, lance, spear, skewer, spit, transfix He died after being impaled on railings. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  • Zulkikinos Reply
    Nov 27,  · impale (third-person singular simple present impales, present participle impaling, simple past and past participle impaled) (transitive) To pierce (something) with any long, pointed object. (transitive, heraldry) To place two coats of arms side by side on the same shield (often those of two spouses upon marriage).
  • Magul Reply
    April I was Impaled on a Stump — I whirled, expecting to see a bird, but lost my footing and went head over heels. My gun went flying and I hit the ground, trying to break the fall with my.
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