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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impale.

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Examples

  • The bloodstains have been hidden under a coat of peach-colored paint, but it's still noticable to him, and the stench impales his sense of smell.

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  • The bloodstains have been hidden under a coat of peach-colored paint, but it's still noticable to him, and the stench impales his sense of smell.

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  • It is impales us in a self-imposed rat race, and removes us from the social, reflective, connected (dare I say actualized) world in which we ought to live.

    overclocked

  • It is impales us in a self-imposed rat race, and removes us from the social, reflective, connected (dare I say actualized) world in which we ought to live.

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  • It is impales us in a self-imposed rat race, and removes us from the social, reflective, connected (dare I say actualized) world in which we ought to live.

    overclocked

  • It is impales us in a self-imposed rat race, and removes us from the social, reflective, connected (dare I say actualized) world in which we ought to live.

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  • The necessity of Arya's actions doesn't make the scene any less horrific when she takes Needle -- the sword that half brother Jon Snow Kit Harington had given her -- and impales the stable boy who attempts to take her to Lannisters.

    Game of Thrones Postmortem: Williams on the Pointy End, Harington Fights a White Walker

  • The necessity of Arya's actions doesn't make the scene any less horrific when she takes Needle -- the sword that half brother Jon Snow Kit Harington had given her -- and impales the stable boy who attempts to take her to Lannisters.

    Game of Thrones Postmortem: Williams on the Pointy End, Harington Fights a White Walker

  • SPOILER: When Jack impales Dick in the chest with the hammer, Nicholson used a real axe and took a real swing.

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  • It is impales us in a self-imposed rat race, and removes us from the social, reflective, connected (dare I say actualized) world in which we ought to live.

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