- v. present participle of corrode.
- n. erosion by chemical action
“A friend on this forum told me of copper plumbing used to supply a pool/spa corroding from the attack of chemicals in the water.”
“These pots are placed close together on a bed of tan bark on the floor of a room known as the corroding room.”
“The Queensland Government is withholding payment for the plant until problems such as corroding pipe couplings are addressed.”
“The golden age of travel has left in its path a few lone mountain motels, a family resort or two, and a trail of corroding cottages.”
“Fueled by obedience, reveling in brute force, dismissive of weakness, the game hardly seems nimble enough to withstand the social trends that made Aliquippa feel, over the past 40 years, like some corroding edge of the American Dream.”
“All of this anti-government invective runs the risk of corroding the fundamental belief in our democratic, representative government.”
“It also faces the problems of terrorism and disillusion, recounted through the story of a firefighter with a soul-corroding secret.”
“In "The Shallows," which builds off his rather alarming 2008 Atlantic article "Is Google Making Us Stupid?", he attempts to explain what he sees as the brain-corroding side effects of our digital devices.”
“In Minnesota the number of "structurally deficient" bridges — featuring, for instance, corroding steel supports — actually rose from 1,156 in 2007 to 1,206 last year.”
“Shivani: Fear has conquered everything in our civilization -- it's corroding every value we've held sacred.”
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