Definition Of abrade
scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.
a landscape slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust
Example Of abrade
An important area of future investigation would be microwear studies to gain insights into the nature of the food that abraded animals teeth in the few days before they died.
Approximately 5 to 10 mg of powder was drilled from each tooth after the surface had been abraded to remove possible contamination.
At such high revs, the pistons will be doing a super job of abrading the cylinder walls.
By the final moments, cometary dust will have abraded the camera's optics, degrading the quality of the images, and possibly ending transmission.
Communal life can abrade some of the rough edges of a person, the monks agreed, but in communal living you also learn surprising things about yourself.