How to use Eroding in Sentences?
1. Some years ago the writer visited this cave and had an opportunity to study the wonderful eroding or gnawing-out effect of water on limestone.
2. Reestablished contact with the world brightened and humanized him, acting with an eroding effect on a surface hardened by years of lawless roving.
3. To me, this suggests a strategy for the future of the politics of intellectual property, a way to save our eroding public domain.