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synonyms for erode

  • corrode
  • destroy
  • abrade
  • bite
  • consume
  • crumble
  • disintegrate
  • eat
  • gnaw
  • scour
  • spoil
  • waste
  • grind down
  • wear down
See also synonyms for: eroded / erodes / eroding
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antonyms for erode

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  • build
  • ignore
  • neglect
  • preserve
  • construct
  • fix
  • rebuild
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How to use erode in a sentence

The final results could reveal that vaccines may not block transmission as much as hoped, so if they’re overhyped, trust in public health officials could erode and lead to more vaccine hesitancy.
COVID-19 VACCINES ARE GREAT — BUT YOU STILL NEED TO WEAR A MASK FOR NOWUMAIR IRFANFEBRUARY 9, 2021VOX
Now a new study shows just how much this enterprise has eroded our privacy.
THIS IS HOW WE LOST CONTROL OF OUR FACESKAREN HAOFEBRUARY 5, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Eisen argues that the emphasis on moon shots erodes the foundation that makes those advances possible, which is long-term stable support of pure research.
NIH DIRECTOR FRANCIS COLLINS IS FIGHTING THIS CORONAVIRUS WHILE PREPARING FOR THE NEXT ONEBELINDA LUSCOMBEFEBRUARY 4, 2021TIME
Trust in public health officials has been dangerously eroded.
HOW THE CIA’S FAKE VACCINE PROGRAM IN PAKISTAN HELPED FUEL THE ANTI-VAX MOVEMENTHALA IQBALFEBRUARY 1, 2021VOX
Yet for many, it seemed a step too far in government intrusions after a year and counting of a dignity-eroding pandemic.
CHINA ROLLS OUT ANAL SWAB CORONAVIRUS TEST, SAYING IT’S MORE ACCURATE THAN THROAT METHODEVA DOUJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Societal, technological and environmental challenges arising from the pandemic risk further eroding cohesion and trust.
AFTER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC WE NEED TO BUILD MORE RESILIENT COUNTRIESSAADIA ZAHIDIJANUARY 19, 2021TIME
Prime Minister Lofven has seen voter confidence erode as criticism of the government’s response mounted.
AS DEATHS SURGE, SWEDEN REVERSES ITS LIGHT TOUCH APPROACH TO CONTAIN RISING INFECTIONSKATHERINE DUNNJANUARY 13, 2021FORTUNE
“That’s the kind of thing that will erode the public’s confidence in the police department,” Hucker said.
BODY-CAM VIDEO IN FATAL DUNCAN LEMP RAID CONFIRMS POLICE DID NOT RECORD SHOOTINGDAN MORSEJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In all these cases, extractive systems slowly erode the foundations of a healthy society and a healthy planet.
BIG TECH’S ATTENTION ECONOMY CAN BE REFORMED. HERE’S HOW.GIDEON LICHFIELDJANUARY 10, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
We cannot erode the ideals that generations of Americans have fought to protect simply because we do not like the outcome of the election.
PAIR OF GEORGIA RUNOFF RACES ARE RAZOR CLOSE WITH U.S. SENATE CONTROL AT STAKEFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, PAULINA FIROZI, AMY B WANGJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO ERODE

  • erode
  • evaporate
  • melt
  • vaporize
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