- v. present participle of lance.
“They didn't tell me what "lancing" meant, and they didn't give me any kind of pain medication beforehand.”
“Since breechloaders have begun to be used by the walrus-hunters, they often prefer to kill the harpooned walruses with a ball instead of "lancing" them.”
“They then require more unpleasant treatment options such as lancing an abscess, root canal treatment or a tooth extraction.”
“: I think in the long view tonight is like lancing a boil.”
“My gut twisted, cold lancing through me like a knife.”
“I stood up abruptly and set my drink on the table, apprehension lancing down my spine.”
“He snorted with a touch of irony, something painful lancing through me at the hollowness of the gesture.”
“Creators | Colleen Doran discusses the often-grim financial realities of free-lancing.”
“Sank into every part of him until the lancing pain of tonight returned a hundredfold.”
“It is time to find out all that they did, and like lancing a boil, let the pus run!”
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