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adjective as in decayed

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This is not a problem that can be corroded by a higher minimum wage, or stronger unions, or universal pre-K.

It corroded the lives of the enslaved, their owners, and the society that supported them.

Confidence in every American institution has corroded, even the military.

According to the leaks, the experts also reportedly found the bra clasp to be corroded and therefore impossible to retest.

I took a firm grip on the corroded bricks and heaved on them.

I knew that they were corroded with vice and sunk deep in debauchery, in which they lived contented.

There is no preventive yet known for this trouble other than the use of pins which have no brass to be corroded.

He had examined a coppered ship under repair, and found the bolts corroded and eaten away.

The aluminium surface is thus corroded somewhat, and rendered favourable to the deposit of an adherent film of copper.


On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corroded, such as: powdery, soft, breakable, crisp, crunchy, and decayed.

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