English words and Examples of Usage

use "penetrate" in a sentence

The former leaves a large "attack surface" that is easier to penetrate.

But our rescuers couldn't penetrate because the floodwaters were still high.

We went to him kind of exclusively because of his ability to drive and penetrate.

He said the bullet hit just above the brim of a firefighter's helmet but didn't penetrate it.

With sufficient speed, bird strikes have been known to penetrate the cockpit, the report said.

The rebels "aimed to penetrate our borders", and were eventually repelled, the Saudi statement added.

Because water is transparent, it allows enough sunlight to penetrate for plants to carry on photosynthesis. pension

The walls of the bomb shelter are so thick that nothing can penetrate them.

Very few women have been able to penetrate the male-dominated hierarchy of most large corporations.

It took a long time for Japanese imports to penetrate the American consumer markets.

Dresden's magic cannot penetrate it, but Michael's sword does, partially.

He also knew his radio could not penetrate the dense jungle canopy overhead.

However Oxford could not penetrate the defences and Wanderers won 2-0.

There is a Chinese proverb which notes that opinions are like nails, the more often you hit them, the deeper they penetrate.

Demonstrators have been trying to penetrate the restricted area where the leaders of the richest countries are meeting to discuss economic matters.

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