adjective. ['ɪˈroʊdəd, ɪˈroʊdɪd'] worn away as by water or ice or wind.
Rhymes with Eroded
Sentences with eroded
It is 442 feet to the bottom, where an eroded gorge catches the falling water.
2. Verb, past participle
The banks of ponds, rivers and streams are often eroded by moving water.
3. Verb, past tense
Most beaches in California eroded beyond historical extremes due to drought.
Quotes about eroded
1. See, as much as you want to hold on to the bitter sore memory that someone has left this world, you are still in it. And the very act of living is a tide: at first it seems to make no difference at all, and then one day you look down and see how much pain has eroded.
- Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper