Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of impale.

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Examples

  • MARY: _A Tudor Rose impaling a Pomegranate_ -- also _impaling a Sheaf of

    The Handbook to English Heraldry

  • The track is for sale on iTunes now, and it bears mentioning that the cover art depicts a sword impaling a crowned severed head that may or may not be Kanye's.

    ShowHype - Top Entertainment News, Videos, and Blogs

  • -word-bis own runesword impaling the warrior and sucking out his soult The warrior dropped, but Stormbringer hung tn the air and men turned to slash the ropes restraining Eiric's hands and men nestled firmly, with horrid affection, in ita master's right fist At once the stolen life-stuff of the warrior began to pour through Eiric's being and the pain of his body vanished.

    Storm Bringer

  • You can also use a variety of Darkness powers, such as impaling objects and enemies on a "demon arm", firing a pair of powerful "darkness guns", or summoning a black hole to crush groups of opponents.

    The Darkness

  • It was an absurd and obscene kind of impaling reserved for people who were made to be laughed at -- for slaves and provincials, for dentists and small tradesmen, as you would say.

    The Napoleon of Notting Hill

  • The lizard whipped its spiked head from side to side, impaling the charr.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • I turned to look, and Sarah gave me a sweet, loving smile—almost a benediction—a second before the heavy pole pierced her chest, slamming her against the wooden door behind her and impaling her there.

    Raziel

  • Shards of white-hot metal impaling the rugged coating which was designed to withstand such attacks.

    NaNoWriMo: The Blimp « The Graveyard

  • The Starz reimagining has some bloody combat—and an impaling scene that takes the cake.

    Servants, Swords and Sad Sex

  • Though by most accounts his methods were brutal and sadistic (for example, slowly impaling his enemies on stakes, drawing and quartering them, burning them to death, etc.), in reality they were not particularly cruel or unusual for the time.

    TWILIGHT SAGA NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 30TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

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  • *snorts at images*

    October 4, 2011

  • In heraldry, setting side by side two coats of arms or more within the same shield, such as those of a husband and wife.

    October 4, 2011