Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being eroded: as, an erosible rock.

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Examples

  • The magnitude of the monsoonal flood-flows of the major South Asian rivers, often in highly erosible channels, makes river control extremely difficult.

    Chapter 19

  • A very difficult drainage channel maintenance situation is encountered in some highly erosible clay soils.

    Chapter 14

  • Perhaps it had once been a pool in the slope, with the lower side thin and erosible.

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