corrosive

[ kuh-roh-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF corrosive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORROSIVE

And send the story of the Steel-Blues' corrosive acid to it.

Hers, if she ever had it, had been drenched in as ugly a lot of corrosive liquid as could be imagined.

The taste of it came on his lips, nauseating and corrosive like some kinds of poison.

But his humour is bitter as gall, and corrosive as sulphuric acid.

The chloride is very poisonous, and is known as corrosive sublimate.

The white ants and corrosive ink were too strong for the Raja's determination.

Impotence for revenge burned into the soul of him like a corrosive poison.

All the blood in his body went black and powerful and corrosive as he heard her.

But the first bitterness that went with all this had lost its corrosive power.

The Tigrero leaped on his feet beneath the corrosive sting of this kiss.

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