erose

ADJECTIVE
  1. having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed
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How To Use erose In A Sentence

  • Nowadays she heats her place with a cast-iron stove perched on firebricks in the living room, cooks with propane, and does her beadwork at night by the light of a kerosene lamp while listening to a battery-operated radio.
  • To avoid having sodium react with oxygen or water vapor in the air, it is usually stored under kerosene, naphtha, or some other organic liquid with which it does not react.
  • What sounded like a stampede of wild rhinoceroses roused her from her sleep.
  • Do heterosexuals make a conscious decision to be straight?
  • The most sumptuous and heady of fragrances, these feature exotic flowers like Bulgarian rose, jasmine and tuberose, as well as mysterious musks, woods and other exotic essences.
  • After September 11 everyone was talking about masculinity, mostly because any heterosexual woman who hadn't previously fetishized firemen now felt compelled to do so, if only out of gratitude.
  • I take in the dock-green porch swing , the birch-leg table , the twin BED where my sister sleeps , the smoky glass of the kerosene lantern.
  • So my heterosexual male readers are merely invited to recall the most exotically beautiful woman they've ever seen and imagine her two or three notches better-looking.
  • Brown provides a particularly useful discussion of the impact of homophobia and heterosexism on gay and lesbian couples.
  • Dogs, rhinoceroses, tree sloths, horses, and whales are placentals.
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