Some of the fuel has probably been oxidized and breached and melted at the top of the core where the heat rises.
Ygritte, the red-headed wildling archer who once loved (and lost) Jon Snow, has breached the walls of Castle Black.
Once this citadel is breached, the other walls can come tumbling down.
For history has too many examples when that trust has been breached.
It was a minute after 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning when digital security at the White House appeared to have been breached.
But the wall of habit once breached, the citadel of conscience laid bare, what garrison was revealed?
Twice the ramparts were breached, and only nightfall had saved the situation.
But, no—fifty yards further on, the wall was breached, and toppled boulders formed a perilous but not impossible stairway.
By and by it breached and was out of sight for a short time.
The walls of Casa Mata had not been breached, and there were no ladders.
Old English bryce "breach, fracture, a breaking," from brecan (see break), influenced by Old French breche "breach, opening, gap," from Frankish; both from Proto-Germanic *brecho, *bræko "broken," from PIE root *bhreg- "to break" (see fraction). Figurative sense of "a breaking of rules, etc." was in Old English Breach of contract is at least from 1660s.
1570s, from breach (n.). Related: Breached; breaching.
an opening in a wall (1 Kings 11:27; 2 Kings 12:5); the fracture of a limb (Lev. 24:20), and hence the expression, "Heal, etc." (Ps. 60:2). Judg. 5:17, a bay or harbour; R.V., "by his creeks."