How to use Puncturing in a sentence
These bras need to be treated gently to avoid damaging or puncturing the linings.
His words were like a sharp object puncturing a water balloon, and her words gushed out in a wave of uninhibited emotion.
However, before its final and full placement in the atrium the mandril is withdrawn to avoid puncturing the thin-walled right atrial appendage.
In four single columns he succeeds in puncturing every single piece of sanctimonious posturing vented by Emperor Tony in his sad little speech.
Tattooing is a process of puncturing the skin and depositing pigments, usually indelible ink, by a variety of methods beneath the skin to create a desired design or pattern.Advertisement
At 10,000-year-old sites in Tanzoumaitak, Algeria, tattooing instruments used for puncturing the skin were found with the female tattooed mummy of Tassili N'Ajje.
Skin tests are performed by administering a tiny dose of the suspected allergen by pricking, scratching, puncturing, or injecting the skin.
Puncturing the skin can result in many adverse side effects including but not limited to pain, swelling, infection and potential death if any infection enters the blood stream.
While the puncturing or eruption of the water or inserts is unlikely, it is possible that leakage can occur if the lining is severed with a sharp object or pressure is applied to the point of bursting.