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The battery acid ate away at the metal until a large hole appeared.
The river bank had been eaten away over the years by the flood water.
Harboring anger or other emotions at unresolved issues can lead to festering resentment that will undoubtedly eat away at your relationship.
When your baby has a bowel movement and soils his diaper, this acid will eat away at baby's skin while bacteria can further irritate the area.
The cost of treating any of these ailments will quickly eat away any initial bargain on the price of the pup.
Some petroleum-based products can eat away at the mask, causing damage that may result in an improper fit.
Collapse is just another free puzzle game that will eat away your entire day if you let it.