Then, blinded with rage, with one blow of his fist he transpierced the canvas.
They put him in an osier basket and transpierced it with their swords.
The archers approached and lit a torch; they saw the body of White-orchid transpierced in the head and chest.
And this slow transfiguration reached her heart, and played upon it, and transpierced it with a serious thrill.
For his own fidelity to the Christian faith he was transpierced with arrows and left for dead.
She was transpierced with sorrow,—his pain was aggravated by the stings of remorse.
The rage of the Arabs confirmed his evidence; and the self-devoted patriot was transpierced with a hundred spears.
In a second action the emir of Syracuse was unhorsed and transpierced by the iron arm of William of Hauteville.
His hands and feet appeared to be transpierced by large nails, and a wound opened in his side, from which blood frequently flowed.
Battle ensues; they discharge their spears at each other, and legs and arms are transpierced.