Thesaurus / eroding

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It is now known that cirques are produced primarily by the eroding action of the ice masses embedded in them.

Let us next proceed to consider how the eroding agents act upon the surface of the land as soon as it is exposed.

Modern GeographyMarion I. Newbigin

It is a kind of clay on which the eroding power of water has little effect.

The eroding power of ice is determined by its thickness, that is to say, by its weight.

Your National ParksEnos A. Mills

At the falls the river has several times changed its course in eroding first one soft spot, then another.

Across IcelandWilliam Bisiker

Constantinople was growing in power, and Greek influence was eroding the political and cultural influence of the Romans.

Area Handbook for BulgariaEugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

It is eroding the unity of what was once a Stalinist empire.

Scratching and eroding the mucous membrane of the neighborhood give rise to new deposits.

Long gorges or canyons tend to occur in regions where river erosion is not greatly assisted by the other eroding agents.

Modern GeographyMarion I. Newbigin

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