Definition of Transpierce

1. v. t. To pierce through; to penetrate; to permeate; to pass through.



Definition of Transpierce

1. Verb. (transitive) To pierce through; to pass through. ¹

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Definition of Transpierce

1. [v -PIERCED, -PIERCING, -PIERCES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transpierce

transperitoneal
transpersonal
transpersonally
transphenomenal
transphenomenality
transphobes
transphobias
transphobic
transphosphatases
transphosphorylases
transphosphorylation
transpicuous
transpierce (current term)
transpierced
transpierces
transpiercing
transpirable
transpirate
transpiration
transpirational
transpirations
transpiratory
transpire
transpired
transpires
transpiring
transplace

Literary usage of Transpierce

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1. Hints for Crystal Drawing by Margaret Reeks (1908)
"The projectors just as in the case of the elevation of orthographic projection, transpierce the object and carry its points to the plane of projection, ..."

2. The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt by Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys (1829)
"... A mind, which through each part infus'd doth pass, Fashions, and works, and wholly doth transpierce All this great body of the universe. ..."

3. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"... sv To pierce, to transpierce, to penetrate (with any thing sharp-edged or pointed). ... (see STAPF.,) to dig, to transpierce. ..."

4. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"transpierce', fn Fr. transpercer; trans and pierce. To penetrate ; make way through; permeate. A mind, which through each part infused doth Fashions and ..."

5. Cobb's New Sequel to the Juvenile Readers, Or, Fourth Reading Book by Lyman Cobb (1845)
"Then the rays of the ^sun transpierce it and diffuse light and heat over the whole horizon. 5. Finally, the sun himself appears, in all the splendor of his ..."

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