from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To penetrate; permeate.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Creating ice lanterns that help impenetrate the winter gloom.
And its only when other ideas impenetrate, its only when our convictions stick in not has vasholem that we begin to lose our emunah, rather we begun to lose unclear simchas chachaim.
It was also a very dead region -- few, even of those who were living Christians, breathing their life on others; for the surrounding mass of impenetrate heathenism had cast its sad influence even over them.