corroding corroding


  • (n) erosion by chemical action



  1. In retrospect, the movement provided a necessary corrective for the slowly corroding industrial-age liberalism favored by the Democrats who controlled Congress.
  2. The production of a non-corroding steel is not new.
  3. Our hour Comes not by staves or swords So much as, subtly comes through power of small corroding words.


  • Sandy G train tunnel repairs set to begin

    The MTA will initiate the first of a dozen G-train station shutdowns this weekend to begin post-Superstorm Sandy repairs on the Greenpoint tunnel. The tunnel linking Brooklyn to Queens sustained damage from three million gallons of salt water, which sat in the tube corroding power cables and rails.
    on July 4, 2013     Source: amNewYork


  1. "The current system of prosecuting enemy combatants is not only inefficient and ineffective, it is also hurting America's moral standing in the world and corroding the foundation of freedom upon which our nation was built," said Dodd, who also...
    on Jun 5, 2007 By: Chris Dodd Source: FOXNews

  2. "The power developers wield over NSW Labor politicians is corroding the democratic process," State Greens MP Lee Rhiannon said.
    on Feb 21, 2008 By: Lee Rhiannon Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. Hitler said, "How fortunate for leaders that men do not think." "The great masses of the people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one." "Universal education is the most corroding and disintegrating poison that...
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Adolf Hitler Source: Napa Valley Register

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