Un erosive


serving to erode; causing erosion.

1820–30; < Latin ērōs(us) (see erose) + -ive

erosiveness, erosivity, noun
antierosive, adjective
nonerosive, adjective
unerosive, adjective
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erosive e·ro·sive (ĭ-rō'sĭv)
Causing erosion.

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