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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of lance.


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  • His sword lanced up, skewering the man through the chin and up into his brain.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • A sword lanced his side and he stepped back, lashing out weakly.

    The Hawk Eternal

  • His sword lanced out, stabbing low, piercing Argaios 'left leg above the knee.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • A sword lanced towards Pelopidas 'head but Callines blocked it with his shield, stabbing his own sword deep into the Spartan's groin.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • A sword lanced for his face, his shield deflected it - and his attacker died with Gwalchmai's gladius in his heart.

    Ghost King

  • The guard wrenched a knife from its scabbard, but died as Waylander's sword lanced his ribs.


  • Another sword lanced his chest, the wielder dying as Durmast hit him in the throat with his fist.


  • Um, I hate to break it to Lehmkuhl, but for starters, getting "lanced" sounds, well, a little bit obscene.

    Lancing With the Stars |

  • The sword lanced forward, spearing through Habusas’ chest and cleaving his heart.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • On occasion, and especially with larger boils, the larger boil will need to be drained or "lanced" by a healthcare practitioner.

    Life's Like That


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