corrosiveness


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cor·ro·sive

 (kə-rō′sĭv, -zĭv)
adj.
1. Having the capability or tendency to cause corrosion: a corrosive acid.
2. Gradually destructive; steadily harmful: corrosive anxiety; corrosive increases in prices; a corrosive narcotics trade.
3. Spitefully sarcastic: corrosive criticism; corrosive wit.
n.
A substance having the capability or tendency to cause corrosion.

cor·ro′sive·ly adv.
cor·ro′sive·ness n.
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corrosiveness

noun
Irony or bitterness, as of tone:
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corrosiveness

[kəˈrəʊsɪvnɪs] ncorrosività
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Dorothea accused herself of some meanness in this timidity: it was always odious to her to have any small fears or contrivances about her actions, but at this moment she was seeking the highest aid possible that she might not dread the corrosiveness of Celia's pretty carnally minded prose.
Miaoli County Fire Department said that hydrofluoric acid is highly corrosiveness and toxic.
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In today's environment, political corrosiveness has caused having a pleasant conversation about issues, which was always challenging, to become seemingly impossible.
We must fight the corrosiveness of complacency by staying vigilant--long after tragedies have passed.
This political and social corrosiveness threatens to undo democratic ideals and to replace them with some other fake and populist version of democracy akin to despotic practices.
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