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damaging or harmful — such as when describing a strong acid or bad behavior

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something causing damage or harm — such as a strong acid
  • His anger would be quiet, but corrosive, later erupting at odd times toward Ty or Rose, even at me or his daughters, wildly, viciously eloquent, insults and threats, mounting crazily until you couldn't believe your ears.
    p. 31.8

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