Definitions

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  • adjective Not eroded.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ eroded

Examples

  • I saw this small "chimney" of uneroded soil in the middle of a small arroyo east of the house yesterday.

    Tenacious

  • The 85 miles of observed sediment is simply the sum total of all the uneroded, unaltered, well-preserved strata containing index fossils found worldwide.

    The Source

  • The 85 miles of observed sediment is simply the sum total of all the uneroded, unaltered, well-preserved strata containing index fossils found worldwide.

    The Source

  • At one time a considerable amount of water must have flowed through this part of the High Desert, and recently, judging from the still-uneroded banks.

    Snakes Eyes

  • This floor, broken by lava-flows and cinder-cones, was as red and fresh and uneroded as if it were but yesterday that the fires went out.

    Chapter 8

  • This floor, broken by lava-flows and cinder-cones, was as red and fresh and uneroded as if it were but yesterday that the fires went out.

    Chapter 8

  • At the base, however, recent breaking and upheaval of the crust have given rise to fresh uneroded slopes.

    The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America

  • Large uneroded remnants, their surfaces flat as a floor, remain as the High Plains of western

    The Elements of Geology

  • And if they have a spouse, they can leave it to the spouse, who can also roll it over to his or her own Roth IRA and let that grow for years uneroded by taxes.

    InvestmentNews.com Latest Headlines

  • Some projects are stepping stones, sharp and slippery at once, some smooth and holding, others are landmarks, uneroded by time.

    PRWeb

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