Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pierce"

The meaning of "Pierce" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "We pierce our titties" mean?
A: titties is also another word for breast but when used in that sentence it's referring to someone getting a nipple piercing.
Q: What does piercing mean?
A: Piercing is the action of pierce - make a hole through something.

Examples:
I have two piercings on my left ear.
Q: What does pierce mean?
A: a sharp object going through something, e.g "I am going to get my ears pierced"
"I will pierce your balloon if you keep shouting"
"I hurt myself with a kitchen knife, it pierced my skin"
Q: What does piercing mean?
A: "piercing":
1. verb~ the earring was pierced through my skin.
2. adjective~ that was a piercing speech.
3. noun~ (like what said: a hole in the body)

Example sentences using "Pierce"

Q: Please show me example sentences with piercing.
A: I heard a piercing screech coming from the street

He gave me a piercing stare

She was feeling piercing pain in her abdomen

these are the most common I could think of (:

Q: Please show me example sentences with pierce.
A: -The paper gave me a slight pierce through my skin.
-I pierce my ears.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pierce.
A: I went to pierce my ears today
The splinter had pierced the skin
I had to pierce another hole in my belt
Love had pierced her heart
Q: Please show me example sentences with pierce.
A: A word is no arrow, but it can pierce the heart.
The knife did not pierce  very deeply.
Make sure that you do not pierce the skin when boning the chicken thighs.
Remove the packaging and pierce the film cover before microwaving.
Pierce the skin of the potato with a fork.
Pierce that massive red flower petal directly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with piercing.
A: "He has piercing blue eyes."

"Her high-pitched scream was piercing."

"She is a jeweller, piercing ears."

Synonyms of "Pierce" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pierce and earings ?
A: @cleo_ Yes, "pierce" is a verb.

I'm going to get my ears pierced.
His harpoon pierced the fish.
The hawk let out a piercing shriek.
That shop does ear piercing.
Her words pierced my heart.
The staple didn't pierce right through the paper.
Q: What is the difference between pierce and stab ?
A: Pierce means to puncture or penetrate
‘The needle pierced her skin’

Stab is to thrust a knife or weapon at someone.
‘He stabbed her with the sharp knife’

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between pierce and puncture ?
A: There isn't much difference in meaning, but the words imply different sizes. For example "The sword pierced my side" and "The needle punctured my finger." Puncture implies a small object or a small wound/hole.
Q: What is the difference between pierce and impale ?
A: Pierce is not quite as strong a word. Example " Many young people today get their ears and other parts of their bodies pierced." Impaled or impalement is some sharp object like an arrow, spear or stake driven through the body or into a body. "The victim was impaled by a stake throught the heart."
Q: What is the difference between pierce and impale ?
A: Pierce kind of gives off the feeling of poking something on purpose or there is a benefit. Impale gives off the feeling that something was poked accidentally and there was an injury.

Ex:

•She pierced her ear.

•He was impaled by the sword.

Translations of "Pierce"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? piercing
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? piercing
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Other questions about "Pierce"

Q: "I intend to pierce a flamboyant earrings on my bellybutton."
A: I intend to have a flamboyant piercing on my bellybutton.

Earrings are for ears :)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce I can't pierce a hole here.

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A: normal speed
Q: Please show me how to pronounce I can't pierce a hole here.

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Q: He was trying to pierce me with the knife does this sound natural?
A: the use of the word pierce here is not wrong but it's not very natural. A native would use the word, "stab."
Q: When I pierce myself with a needle, I feel that I am terrible. But i can't control myself
does this sound natural?
A: When I pierce myself with a needle, I feel that I am terrible. But I can't control myself.

Umm, I know it’s not my place to say this, but you really should not harm yourself.

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