use perforates in a sentence.
So it's no surprise that his metal and stone creations often include written words, albeit encrypted -- as in the encoded text that perforates the graceful copper panels of "Antipodes," outside the Hirshhorn Museum, as well as "Kryptos," at the CIA headquarters in Langley.
In Lugulu, Brain found mzuanda was the "one who perforates [perhaps sews?] the womb."
Noyes asserts that the tube sometimes perforates the side of the ducks throat, and he gives Rat Munching on Ducks Bloody Ass Wounds its public debut as he notes, Rats were eating these two ducks alive.
With cruel cunning and ingenuity surpassed only by man, this depraved and unprincipled insect perforates the struggling caterpillar, and deposits her eggs in the living, writhing body of her victim.
Gucci perforates its name along the sides of its sneakers ($475; neimanmarcus. com).