strike through

  1. (tr) to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it

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How to use strike through in a sentence

  • Light seemed to strike through her blood, however, endowing her with a splendid pallor.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Say it, then: May this poisoned kris strike through my heart!

    Cursed | George Allan England
  • The soles should be strong enough to walk, and thick enough so dampness cannot strike through.

    Clothing and Health | Helen Kinne
  • I strike through thy helm, and will see thy face, be it Gorgon!

    Pierre; or The Ambiguities | Herman Melville
  • There is no certainty that the mine will not produce richly when we strike through the second level of porphyry.

    Rimrock Trail | J. Allan Dunn