Words nearby erosive
OTHER WORDS FROM erosivee·ro·sive·ness, e·ro·siv·i·ty, nounan·ti·e·ro·sive, adjectivenon·e·ro·sive, adjectiveun·e·ro·sive, adjective
Examples from the Web for erosive
Then the erosive waste exceeds the growth by up-bulging, and mountain decay begins.
There can be no doubt, then, that glaciers have an erosive action, and therefore must be regarded as agents of denudation.The Story of the Hills|H. N. Hutchinson
They have been robbed by the erosive action of waves and running water.Earth and Sky Every Child Should Know|Julia Ellen Rogers
The erosive power of a river is vastly augmented by the solid matter carried along with it.
Before either ice or water can exert great power as an erosive agent, it must collect in sufficient mass.