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airproof not allowing air to pass or penetrate. [1/2 definitions]
cleave2 to penetrate or pass through as if by splitting. [1/6 definitions]
cutting edge the sharp edge of a cutting implement, such as scissors, a knife, or the like, that serves to cut or penetrate something. [1/2 definitions]
dense thick and hard to see through or penetrate. [1/4 definitions]
encroach to penetrate or spill over into an adjacent area (fol. by "on"). [1/3 definitions]
enter to penetrate. [1/11 definitions]
frost line the limit past which frost does not penetrate the soil.
hack2 to use a computer or other electronic means to penetrate the protected computer system of a business, government, or individual, either as an act of mischief or with malicious intent, such as stealing data. [1/12 definitions]
hacker a computer user who is able to penetrate carefully protected computer networks, such as those of a government. [1/2 definitions]
impenetrable impossible to penetrate or enter; impervious. [1/3 definitions]
interpenetrate to penetrate throughout; permeate. [3 definitions]
invade to overrun, overspread, or penetrate, esp. harmfully. [1/4 definitions]
penetrating able to penetrate, or seeming to do so; piercing. [1/2 definitions]
perforate to penetrate or go through something. [1/3 definitions]
permeable of a substance, being such that gas or liquid can penetrate or diffuse through it.
permeate to pass or diffuse through; penetrate. [2/3 definitions]
pierce to stab or go through with or as if with something sharp; penetrate. [2/6 definitions]
puncture to penetrate or pierce, esp. with a sharp or pointed object. [1/5 definitions]
soak of a liquid, to penetrate or pass through a porous substance (often fol. by in, into, or through). [1/12 definitions]
spear1 to thrust or penetrate like a spear. [1/5 definitions]
woodpecker any of several related birds of various sizes that have a strong, chisel-like bill used to penetrate tree trunks, strong claws, and stiff tails adapted to climbing trees.