- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of corrode.
“Of all the cankers of human happiness, none corrodes it with so silent, yet so baneful a tooth, as indolence.”
“Meanwhile, their continued detention of these two young men, in isolation, in a cramped cell, and without affording them even the process they are due under Iranian law, further corrodes their image around the world.”
“Given the corrosive nature of money in politics and how it corrodes our democratic foundation, it is important to limit the flow of the special interest spigot or at least create more opportunities for regular people to compete through public financing.”
“The drop-off is now causing serious technical problems, as slow-flowing oil drops in temperature and clogs and corrodes the pipe.”
“The waiting corrodes the belief that moment A will be followed by a moment B that is recognizably continuous with it.”
“The scrap yard on Aurora Avenue and Indian Trail no longer burns its pile of residue all night so that it corrodes doors off the hinges across the street.”
“In aluminum planes, humidity had to be kept low because it corrodes the aluminum.”
“Poverty is the inferno where ignorance festers and vice corrodes, and where the physical, mental, and moral parts of nature are aborted and denied.”
“In all civilised countries great masses of people are crowded into slums and labour-ghettos, where disease festers, vice corrodes, and famine is chronic, and where they die more swiftly and in greater numbers than do the soldiers in our modern wars.”
“The material, environment and maintenance of a line all affect whether it corrodes.”
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