Examples of impale in a Sentence
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Lawyers Matthew Rabin and Shaun Serelson represent a driver and passenger injured when a metal rod impaled their car within the I-4 work zone.
Some of them have tennis balls impaled on the curved metal runners at the front, called kufens.
But the thrill in this bull run is not being trampled by a stampede or impaled by horns.
Twenty years ago, Stephanie Murray was impaled by a steel bar on I-95.
From there, Ellie slinks through a dark, dystopian forest full of dead bodies hanging from trees or impaled on whatever’s handy.
Prometheus, impaled forever on a rock for tipping humanity off about fire and freedom, has stood since antiquity for the unstoppable triumph of reason over religious or cultural orthodoxy and raw power.
Previous offerings include a portrait of National Rifle Association president Wayne LaPierre, a gruesome sketch of Trump’s sons, Don Jr. and Eric, impaled on elephant tusks and a depiction of Trump bathing in sewage.
Damon plays Mark Watney, a NASA astronaut on a Mars mission whose crew leaves him for dead after he gets impaled by an antenna in a dust storm.
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IMPALE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impale for English Language Learners
: to cause a pointed object to go into or through (someone or something)
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