Definition of Erodes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of erode) ¹



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Definition of Erodes

1. erode [v] - See also: erode

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Erodes

erne
erned
ernes
ernestful
ernienickelite
erniggliite
erning
erns
ernstite
erodable
erode
eroded
erodent
erodents
erodes (current term)
erodibilities
erodibility
erodible
eroding
erodium
erodiums
erogation
erogations
erogenicity
erogenous zones

Literary usage of Erodes

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1. A Manual of Experiments in Elementary Science by Francis Day Curtis (1918)
"To determine one way in which a river erodes and denudes land areas through which it flows. Materials. Method. Conclusion. — In what way, illustrated by ..."

2. The British Chronologist: Comprehending Every Material Occurrence (1775)
"... with precious (tones, from the tops of which erodes arife four circular bars, ribs, or arches, which meet at the top in form of a ..."

3. Ancient and Modern Gold and Silver Smiths' Work in the South Kensington Museum by John Hungerford Pollen, Victoria and Albert Museum (1878)
"The four parts of the fide thus divided oft" by the erodes have figures in high relief riveted on. They are of different heights and all are bearded, ..."

4. History of English Poetry from the Twelfth to the Close of the Sixteenth Century by Thomas Warton, William Carew Hazlitt, Richard Price (1871)
"... (he appeared again, faying, ' Ah I my man, why did you not cut the three erodes ... Pooh ! pooh ! of what ufe can it be ? how can the erodes help you ? ..."

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