The leads in Blue Is the Warmest Color scissor in a dozen different positions but we never once see them penetrate each other.
In that sense, it will take more than a few months of good data to penetrate the national gloom.
How secure could the border possibly be if 5-year-olds can penetrate it?
There have always been those who sought to penetrate the illusion of mundane reality.
If you want to penetrate the brain of a listener, wrap the information in things they care about.
It is dark as pitch within, for light cannot penetrate the mud with which the wood-work is liberally daubed.
Into the darker secrets of the Book of Wishes we will not penetrate.
For the moment there was not much danger, for no enemy craft was likely to penetrate so far north.
Nowadays, when one strives to penetrate things one is confounded.
If this 'skin' is removed, rain will penetrate the material and under the influence of frost may cause rapid disintegration.
1520s, from Latin penetratus, past participle of penetrare "to put or get into, enter into," related to penitus "within, inmost," penus "innermost part of a temple, store of food," penates "household gods." Related: Penetrated; penetrating.