- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abrade.
“I get very tired of supposed "wilderness grade equipment" with plastic buckles, or other essential components that the plastic breaks, abrades or otherwise self destructs.”
“Time is a stream, flowing around us and through us, incising lines on faces as it abrades rocks.”
“Even so, he only abrades me when he nurses, he rarely bites and he has never broken the skin.”
“Sandblasting is a big no-no for removing old paint from brick, as it abrades the surface.”
“Impetigo is often found around insect bites, as scratching abrades the skin and allows bacteria to enter.”
“Volcanic ash is a contaminant which abrades and clogs mechanically moving parts.”
“ The scorching sand abrades her feet as she begins to stride faster and faster.”
“However, grease can collect powder residue and dust, turning it into a gritty compound that abrades steel.”
“It doesn't like to slide against itself (necessary when tensioning to get a good straight line in this very geometric pattern with lots of spaces = lots of twists) and the sliding it into proper position abrades the gold wrapped around the fiber core of the thread.”
“It chafes your legs, roughens your palms, abrades your shoulders and the danger of getting whacked by a ball.”
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