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To save this word, you'll need to log in. However, in this fairy tale, only one of the two had a happy ending; while abrade remains a familiar word to modern English speakers, abrase has become quite rare. And yet, abrase lives on in its descendant abrasivewhich was formed by combining the verb with the -ive suffix. Both of the verbs, and by extension abrasivecan be traced back to the Latin verb abraderemeaning "to scrape off.
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Abrasive Has Latin Roots Adjective Once upon Various - Abrasive Attitudes time, English had two different but similarly derived words meaning "to wear down": abrade and abrase. Examples of abrasive in a Sentence Adjective The waves had an abrasive action on the rocks. First Known Use of abrasive Adjectivein the meaning defined at sense 1 Nounin the meaning defined above.
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