Abrade synonyms

ə-brād'
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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Abrading
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Producing abrasion; rough enough to wear away the outer surface. [First attested in 1805.]
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(Especially in combination) That has been consumed by eating
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Worn down or worn away.
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Having a flat heel or no heel
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Having subcutaneous tissue exposed:
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Produced by scratching.
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Having skin of a specified kind. Often used in combination:
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Having no obstructions or difficulties:
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Showing the effects of worry or anxiety
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A wearing away by rubbing or scraping, as of rock by wind, water, etc.
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(Sciences) The loss of participants during an experiment
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The act by which something is chafed.
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An extremely hard mineral occurring in many colors, either as shapeless grains or as rhombohedral crystals. It also occurs in gem varieties such as ruby and sapphire and in a dark-colored variety that is used for polishing and scraping. Corundum is found in igneous and carbonate rocks. Chemical formula: Al2O3.
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A male given name, today often transferred back from the surname.
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The superficial destruction of a surface by friction, pressure, ulceration, or trauma.
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A force on objects or substances in contact with each other that resists motion of the objects or substances relative to each other. &diamf3; Static friction arises between two objects that are not in motion with respect to each other, as for example between a cement block and a wooden floor. It increases to counterbalance forces that would move the objects, up to a certain maximum level of force, at which point the objects will begin moving. It is measured as the maximum force the bodies will sustain before motion occurs. &diamf3; Kinetic friction arises between bodies that are in motion with respect to each other, as for example the force that works against sliding a cement block along a wooden floor. Between two hard surfaces, the kinetic friction is usually somewhat lower than the static friction, meaning that more force is required to set the objects in motion than to keep them in motion.
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The definition of a gnawing is a dull, constant pain, or hunger pains.
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The action of grinding together or crushing into small particles.
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A light, porous type of pyroclastic igneous rock, formed during explosive volcanic eruptions when liquid lava is ejected into the air as a froth containing masses of gas bubbles. As the lava solidifies, the bubbles are frozen into the rock.
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The property of being rough, coarseness.
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A seasoning made of ground spices and herbs, applied to the surface of meat, fish, or vegetables before cooking.
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A sheet of such paper
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The noise of scraping; harsh, grating sound
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(In the plural) Minute, but tender and troublesome, excoriations, covered with scabs, upon the heels of horses which have been used where it is very wet or muddy.
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The definition of a sore is a painful spot on the body or something that causes annoyance, irritation or grief.
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(Uncountable, mathematics) A structural principle of mathematical logic that states that the hypotheses of any derived fact may be freely extended with additional assumptions
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Wear means the act of using clothing or gradual impairment or loss due to use.
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(Intransitive) To become angry.
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To disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds.
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To become worn or sore from rubbing or friction:
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The definition of corrode is to wear away slowly by rusting or with a chemical reaction, or to cause to deteriorate.
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(Intransitive) To consume (something solid or semi-solid, usually food) by putting it into the mouth and swallowing it.
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To wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction
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To strip, scratch, or rub off the skin of; flay, abrade, chafe, etc.
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To store a file (aggregation of data) on a storage medium such as a disc or another computer.
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To fray is defined as when something becomes worn or unraveled, especially cloth.
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To gnaw or wear away; erode.
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To wear away or make sore by abrasion; chafe:
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(Informal) To eat a variety of appetizers as a full meal.
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To shape, sharpen, or refine with friction:
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(Intransitive) To make a noise similar to the one a rasp makes in use; to utter rasps.
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To attack (someone) with abusive language.
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To flip through the pages of a book:
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(Computing, colloquial) To apply a skin to (a computer program).
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To wash away, or remove in this way
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(Geology) To erode, as the bed of a stream.
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To wear down; rub clean; smoothen; abrade. [First attested in the late 15th century.]
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(Idiomatic) to rub, e.g. for cleaning, stripping paint or massage
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(Idiomatic) to be transferred with little or no effort
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Find another word for abrade. In this page you can discover 59 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for abrade, like: help, abradant, abrasive, chafed, eaten, eroded, filed, flat, frayed, grazed and irritate.