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penetration
  1. The act of penetrating something. [from 15th c.]
  2. The act of penetrating a given situation with the mind or faculties; perception, discernment. [from 17th c.]
  3. (blackjack) A number or fraction that represents how many cards/decks will be dealt before shuffling, in contrast to the total number of cards/decks in play.
  4. Synonyms:
  5. Examples:
    1. “Almost impossible perhaps to stop in its tracks totally, stop it cold, but it just reminds us that there is a need for ever-deeper penetration of these networks than we have achieved to date.”
      “It justified this penetration by reference to the satisfaction of popular desires, and the freedom of the press to enlighten the public.”
      “The penetration of the ointment into the skin.”
penetrometer
  1. A mechanical device that measures the ease of penetration of an object into a semisolid.
  2. A device that measures the penetrating power of electromagnetic radiation (especially X-rays).
  3. Examples:
    1. “There was a significant correlation between the cone penetrometer readings and the nuclear density measurements.”
      “The density of sand was checked by a dynamic penetrometer which was specially fabricated for this purpose.”
      “The Compaction Detector is a soil penetrometer cone and shaft pushed by a hydraulic cylinder, rather than by hand, into the ground.”
penetrance
  1. The quality or state of being penetrant; power of entering or piercing; penetrating power.
  2. (genetics) The proportion of individuals carrying a particular variation of a gene that also express an associated trait
  3. Examples:
    1. “A reddish tinge signifies penetrance of the dye through the testa into the endosperm and embryo.”
      “Clouston syndrome is an hidrotic form of ectodermal dysplasia, inherited as an autosomal dominant trait with high penetrance.”
      “Because of reduced penetrance, individuals of different genotypes can have the same phenotype.”
penetratee
  1. The partner who is penetrated in sexual intercourse.
penetrancy
  1. The quality or state of being penetrant; penetrance.
penetrability
  1. The extent to which something is penetrable
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The depth to which it sinks is considered the penetrability of the snowpack by a walking deer.”
      “While this contrast underlines the difference in social class, the point is one of vulnerability and penetrability.”
      “In such cases, magnitude of edge effect is a function of mobility of nest predators as well as penetrability of habitat.”
penetrameter
  1. Alternative spelling of penetrometer
penetratingness
  1. The quality of being penetrating.
penetrativeness
  1. The quality of being penetrative.
penetrableness
  1. The quality of being penetrable.
penetrant
  1. Something, especially a liquid, that penetrates.
penetrator
  1. Something that penetrates
  2. Examples:
    1. “The M829A3 is the latest generation kinetic energy round and has an improved penetrator design and propellant.”
      “The few coherent voices among these fundamentalists argue developing small penetrator nukes will damage international arms-control efforts.”
      “Even at the moderate velocities developed, this heavy bullet is still a great penetrator.”
penetrabilities
penetrometers
  1. plural of penetrometer
  2. Examples:
    1. “Soil cone penetrometers have been used for years to measure soil compaction and to sense root impeding.”
      “The films and attached penetrometers are loaded above ground and then lowered into position in the bay.”
      “These measurements are obtained by pushing penetrometers into the soil at equally spaced distances across a tillage tool's path.”
penetrameters
  1. plural of penetrameter
penetrations
  1. plural of penetration
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “You should plug and caulk holes or penetrations for faucets, pipes, electric outlets, and wiring.”
      “Speed, daring, and deep penetrations without regard to flank security came to be seen as essential.”
      “Subsurface control on stratigraphic thicknesses and structural geometries is provided by rare well penetrations.”
penetrances
  1. plural of penetrance
penetratees
  1. plural of penetratee
penetrators
  1. plural of penetrator
  2. Examples:
    1. “The Chinese are already selling a 100 mm shells with depleted uranium penetrators, so they obviously know how to deal with depleted uranium.”
      “Now, it is practically free for military and arms manufactures and is used in tank armor and extensively in armor-piercing shells known as depleted uranium penetrators.”
      “It was a very sophisticated space probe, it had everything on it, penetrators, balloons, orbiting things, you know, it was just the whole shooting match.”
penetrancies
  1. plural of penetrancy
penetrants
  1. plural of penetrant
  2. Examples:
    1. “Use latex products, penetrants, or breathable epoxy generic materials designed to reduce the emission of water vapor from the slab.”
      “Unique to such a thick oil are penetrants designed to reach deep within to all points of the chain.”
      Penetrants such as silanes, siloxanes and blends actually penetrate the brick surface.”
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