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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of puncture.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having the surface covered with minute indentations or dots.
  • adj. Produced by puncture; having the characteristics of a puncture.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having a hole cut through

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, “Chicago” is so named because its bullet-ridden fake walls apparently recall the punctured real walls of Al Capone's Chicago.

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  • Suddenly the elf's eyes widened, the spear fell from nerveless fingers as a sword punctured its transparent body.

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  • The spear fell from his nerveless fingers as a sword punctured him from behind.

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  • This can be a dangerous procedure, because the lining of the vagina or uterus can accidentally be punctured, which is probably why the other physician suggested against it. at 6weeks i got heavy periods and baby came out did a scan next day and eveything was normal except little? en Español

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  • A) The Nick Clegg novelty bounce at first plateaued and now has eroded -- or "punctured" -- in the last week of the campaign.

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  • When you also look at this map it's a reminder of why Iowa was so significant, over here when Iowa made the decision to start allowing same-sex marriage, on this one issue, it kind of punctured this whole section of the United States.

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  • Talk about punctuated (or maybe that should be "punctured") equilibrium.

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  • And just like I am constantly "punctured" by images including how other parents see their kids, I too want to "puncture".

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  • If America ever goes to war with China, say, over Taiwan, then America should be prepared for the following "acupuncture points" in its anatomy to be "punctured".

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  • If America ever goes to war with China, say, over Taiwan, then America should be prepared for the following 'acupuncture points' in its anatomy to be 'punctured'.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: AMERICA'S ACUPUNCTURE POINTS - Part 1

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