verb (used with object), cor·rod·ed, cor·rod·ing.
verb (used without object), cor·rod·ed, cor·rod·ing.
Origin of corrode
Examples from the Web for corroding
Contemporary Examples of corroding
Oxygen is an extremely reactive chemical, corroding metals, rusting iron, and fueling fires.Why Did It Take So Long For Complex Life To Evolve On Earth? Blame Oxygen.
Matthew R. Francis
November 2, 2014
It was a sobering view of how drug policies were corroding trust in the criminal-justice system.How Eric Holder Got His Chance to Overhaul Broken Sentencing System
August 16, 2013
Historical Examples of corroding
With the farmer there are no all-absorbing cares, no corroding anxieties, no vitiating excitement.
She had a corroding sensation in her throat as though she tasted metal.The Narrow House
Fear, corroding, soul-destroying fear, had found a footing there.The Yazoo Mystery
Only the cold, corroding uncertainty, the growing apprehension.Marley's Chain
Alan Edward Nourse
It had been splashed from the tank and, where it had spilled, metal was corroding rapidly.Accidental Flight
Floyd L. Wallace