Definition of Eroding:
deteriorate; wear away
Synonyms of Eroding:
Sentence/Example of Eroding:
These materials, driven along by the stream, become eroding tools of very considerable energy.
It is now known that cirques are produced primarily by the eroding action of the ice masses embedded in them.
At the falls the river has several times changed its course in eroding first one soft spot, then another.
On this incline the water became a powerful eroding agent, and finally cut its channel to its present depth.
It is a kind of clay on which the eroding power of water has little effect.
The larva enters, and works downward; first consuming the bark, but afterwards eroding the wood also.
The eroding power of ice is determined by its thickness, that is to say, by its weight.
On this incline the water became a powerful eroding agent, and finally cut the channel to its present depth.
The whiskey became lost to view, and went eroding its way through the dust these poor fellows had swallowed.
But he knew that they were only a stopgap, only a temporarily shoring of a constantly-eroding dam.