Erode [verb]

Definition of Erode:

deteriorate; wear away

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The final results could reveal that vaccines may not block transmission as much as hoped, so if they’re overhyped, trust in public health officials could erode and lead to more vaccine hesitancy.

Now a new study shows just how much this enterprise has eroded our privacy.

Eisen argues that the emphasis on moon shots erodes the foundation that makes those advances possible, which is long-term stable support of pure research.

Trust in public health officials has been dangerously eroded.

Yet for many, it seemed a step too far in government intrusions after a year and counting of a dignity-eroding pandemic.

Societal, technological and environmental challenges arising from the pandemic risk further eroding cohesion and trust.

Prime Minister Lofven has seen voter confidence erode as criticism of the government’s response mounted.

“That’s the kind of thing that will erode the public’s confidence in the police department,” Hucker said.

In all these cases, extractive systems slowly erode the foundations of a healthy society and a healthy planet.

We cannot erode the ideals that generations of Americans have fought to protect simply because we do not like the outcome of the election.