Examples of perforate in a Sentence
Cover the bowl with aluminum foil, and then use a fork to perforate the foil.
he perforated the sheet with his pencil and put it in his binder
Recent Examples of perforate from the Web
The internal tube — or tubes in some applications — are perforated to let sound waves expand into an initial sound-deadening layer of stainless-steel wool.
The seats are perforated to allow the ventilating system to cool your tushie.
Sometimes, Spranger wore a silver metallic jogging suit, floppy sunhat and glasses — often black and perforated.
Cohen Carnaggio Reynolds has also done perforated aluminum accents on 20 Midtown and has plans to do a similar concept on the Jemison Flats parking deck.
According to doctors, a bullet entered the side of her hip perforating her uterus and critically injuring the baby inside her womb.
The front seats are perforated for ventilation, while the rear seat covers are solid so crumbs don’t get trapped inside.
Assuming that the abdominal wall was perforated by ultrasonic energy from the fat dissolving probe, could energy from the 5 mm diameter probe cause 2 mm perforations in the intestinal tissues on the other side of the abdominal wall?
Custer fired four times and all four bullets struck Adams, one just grazing his arm but two hitting him in in the upper chest, traveling to his lower back and striking several organs and perforating a lung, according to a medical examiner’s report.
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medical Definition of perforate
- an ulcer perforates the duodenal wall
- the nerve perforates the dura mater
- the wound in the forearm was perforating
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
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