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- adj. worn down or worn away.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of erode.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Eaten away; gnawed; irregular, as if eaten or worn away.
- Having the edge worn away so as to be jagged or irregularly toothed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. worn away as by water or ice or wind
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That probably is what has eroded from the game today.
The only reason that some support has been eroded, is because Clinton is attacking her own party in complete desperation.
This beach, continually eroded, is held together by borrowed sand, graded by tractors at dawn, willed into place by the tourism industry.
Gypsum is an evaporative rock, and from where we were, we could see that the entire area had been eroded from a series of mountains in a sort of step pattern.
My knees were a scabrous ruin, looking somewhat like an archaeological dig; you could see the layers of skin eroded around the edge, several separate moist circles as I scrubbed my epidermis down to the muscle.
-- In cutting the letters on this large plate of Bronze, they have, to gain room, made no distance between the words, but shewn the division only by a little touch thus < with the graver; and where a word eroded with a C, or G, they have put the touch within the concavity of the letter, otherwise it is admirably well executed.
OTOH, a 5-10\% stake in bullion is an excellent hedge against complete collapse or long-term eroded value during inflationary times.
What’s being eroded is our ownership over personal property.
Wu has made a very fundamental comment that: “What’s being eroded is our ownership over personal property.”
You say you're afraid for God, the living word eroded by Muhammed and Darwin and Magdalene.