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Cruz added that “we have seen our constitutional liberties eroded under the Obama administration.”

And, yes, inflation has eroded the value of the dollar over time.

The town owes its unusual geography to the Rio Trejo, which eroded the gorge that the town is built in.

The shore from Bay Head to Sandy Hook eroded more than 100 feet and lost about seven feet of elevation.

Over the past 40 years, technology has slowly eroded the business model and primacy of the NYSE.

In these channels the waters have chafed, ground, abraded, eroded for centuries which man cannot number.

We ride between steep cliffs down a deeply eroded valley, and side valleys run in with narrow deep openings.

Between its terminal moraines and the older moraines we have skirted, a rather voluminous stream has eroded its valley.

During the ice age many of these deposits were eroded and others were piled with boulders.

Whatever the cause, its outlet waters changed and eroded the now famous and splendidly colored cañon of the Yellowstone.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eroded, such as: powdery, soft, breakable, corroded, crisp, and crunchy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.