verb (used with object), cor·rod·ed, cor·rod·ing.
verb (used without object), cor·rod·ed, cor·rod·ing.
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Violence surrounds us and corrodes discourse, and the basic structure of democracy, capitalism and America constrains the equal pursuit of happiness.Helen Frankenthaler came from wealth and privilege. Her art transcends that.|Philip Kennicott|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
Someday cities may rely in winter on nontoxic spray-on antifreezes that won’t stain your clothes or corrode your car.Fish blood could hold the answer to safer de-icing solutions during snowstorms|By Monika Bleszynski/The Conversation|February 1, 2021|Popular Science
This led to unaffordable rates and water sitting stagnant in corroding pipes, making it more vulnerable to contaminants.
It would be tempting, at this point, to say that the Internet will corrode religious authority and usher in the Great Secular Age.
They can corrode through whatever human tissue they contact if swallowed or stuck into an orifice, sometimes in a matter of hours.Kids Eat the Darndest Things: Laundry Pods, Teething Necklaces, and More Of The Weirdest Stuff Sending Kids to the E.R.|Russell Saunders|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Throwing hot fat into your trash can will melt the bag, and pouring it down the sink will corrode the pipes.
Quakers are diligent; they help one another, and the fear of want does not corrode their minds.
You take it for granted that metals corrode, coastlines change, and storms interfere with communication.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
Again, a cylinder oil should not have any acid in it which would have a tendency to corrode the metal.Farm Engines and How to Run Them|James H. Stephenson
It needed but a little of the splendour and luxury of an oriental court to corrode the old iron of the Spartan character.The Walls of Constantinople|Bernard Granville Baker
If it would corrode it would be valueless for many of the uses to which it is put.Colorado--The Bright Romance of American History|F. C. Grable