Impale

• (v. t.) To pierce with a pale; to put to death by fixing on a sharp stake. See Empale. • (v. t.) To join, as two coats of arms on one shield, palewise; hence, to join in honorable mention. • (v. t.) To inclose, as with pales or stakes; to surround.
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impale

1. To pierce with a pale; to put to death by fixing on a sharp stake. See Empale. 'Then with what life remains, impaled, and left To writhe at leisure round the bloody stake.' (Addison) ... 2. To inclose, as with pales or stakes; to surround. 'Impale him with your weapons round about.' (Shak) 'Impenetrable, impaled with circling fire.' (Milton) ......
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Impale

Im·pale' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Impaled ; present participle & verbal noun Impaling .] [ See 2d Empale .] 1. To pierce with a pale; to put to death by fixing on a sharp stake. See Empale . &#...
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Impale

In heraldry impale means to join, as two coats of arms on one shield, palewise; hence, to join in honorable mention.
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impale

[v] - kill by piercing with a spear or sharp pole
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