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Definition of "corrosiveness" [corrosiveness]

  • The quality or property of corroding or being corrosive, of eating away or disintegrating; acrimony. (noun)
  • Such property in some immaterial agent. (noun)
  • Some property characteristic of a corrosive substance, as its taste. (noun)

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Use "corrosiveness" in a sentence
  • "The remediation guidance could be updated this summer, when investigators receive more data about toxic drywall's long-term corrosiveness, according to Davis, the CPSC spokesperson."
  • "When the couple sees actual data about their arguments, they sometimes can let go of some thought patterns and bickering that are causing corrosiveness in the marriage."
  • "She said there is virtually no difference in corrosiveness between Canada's oil-sands crude and other heavy crudes."