Pierced in a sentence as an adjective

They hit a trailer hitch, fast, and it pierced 1/4 inch of steel armor.

But LLC's can be pierced under some circumstances.

It wouldn't be much of a veil if anything that was a tort routinely pierced it.

A woman can get hired to work at a bank with pierced ears, but probably not with a pierced nose.

This is an easily-pierced trope of this kind of discussion.

I was at a New Year's Eve party one time when a bullet pierced the roof of an awning covering the back porch.

Just like Ruby's community was branded as a bunch of pierced, macbook users in 2005.

I am sure their is a corporate veil, but it can be pierced in the cases of criminal activity.

I still have scars on my right foot from an abscess caused from a piece of glass that had pierced my foot while playing soccer bare feet on concrete.

However, the corporate veil can be pierced - it's not a get-out-of-jail-free card.

Using pencil crayons that presumably pierced through my colourblindness.

There is an old man in Barcelona who is well known for going about completely naked, wearing only his tattoos, pierced ******** and often a full erection.

I think there has to be a shield between one's personal beliefs and professional conduct, only pierced by truly unacceptable things like felonies or abuse.

I'd really like to see the corporate veil pierced and individuals civilly or criminally responsible for abuse of the patent system.

The original states it's the love of money that is a problem:In context: "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

Pierced definitions


having a hole cut through; "pierced ears"; "a perforated eardrum"; "a punctured balloon"

See also: perforated perforate punctured