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3. narrow, defile, bridge, isthmus; outlet, way out, escape route.
corrigible, adj. 1. reformable, correctible, remedi able, emendable, reparable, improvable, curable, treatable; teachable, trainable, educable; changeable, amendable, flexible, adaptable.
2. amenable, tractable, pliant; submissive, acquiescent, yielding, agreeable, ready for; compliant, obedient, manageable, governable, docile, corroborate, v. confirm, verify, prove right, vali date, authenticate, certify, attest to; prove, establish, document, evidence, show, bear out, give credence to; sustain, uphold, substantiate, support, back up, endorse. corroborative,
adj. confirmatory, confirmative, verificative, verificatory, validatory, certificatory; sub-stantiative, sustentive, upholding, supportive, corrode, v. 1. gnaw, eat out or away, fret, consume, devour, rust, Both Chem. oxidize, oxidate; erode, wear, wear down or away, waste away; abrade, rub away, chafe, fray; scrape, excoriate, grate, rasp, grind.
2. impair, deteriorate, ravage, waste, ruin, destroy; disintegrate, crumble, fragment, fractionate, decompose, decay; degenerate, worsen, canker, spoil, damage, harm, hurt, injure, corrosion,
n. 1. gnawing, eating out or away, consumption, consuming, devouring, corroding, rusting, Both Chem. oxidation, oxidizing; erosion, eroding, attrition, detrition, wearing, wearing down or away, wear and tear, wasting away; abrasion, abrading, rubbing away, fretting, chafing, fraying; grating, rasping, grinding, scraping, excoriation.
2. impairment, impairing, deterioration, deteriorating, wear and tear, ravagement, ravaging, ruination, ruining, destruction, destroying; disintegration, disintegrating, crumbling, fragmentation, fragmenting, fractionization, fractionizing, decomposition, decomposing, decay, decaying; degeneration, degenerating, dilapidation, worsening; cankering, spoilage, spoiling, damage, damaging, harm, harming, hurt, hurting, injury, injuring.
3. rust, patina, calcification, film, deposit, corrosive,
adj. 1. caustic, mordant, cauterant, es- charotic, acrid, acrimonious, acid, acidic, cankerous; sharp, biting, gnawing, eating out or away, consumptive, consuming, devouring; corroding, rusting, Both Chem. oxidative, oxidizing.
2. erosive, erodent, wearing, wearing down
or away, wasting away; abrasive, abrading, rubbing away, fretting, chafing, fraying; grating, rasping, grinding, scraping, excoriating.
-n. 3. caustic, mordant, cauterant, escharotic, acid. corrosiveness,
n. causticity, causticness, mordancy, acridity, acridness, acrimoniousness, acidity, acidness, sharpness, bitingness; consumptiveness, devouring-ness, corrosivity, Chem. oxidizability; erosivity, erosiveness. corrugate, v. 1. furrow, groove, ridge, flute, striate; crease, seam, pleat, plicate, plait; wrinkle, crinkle, knit, pucker, cockle, ruffle, rumple.
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2. furrowed, grooved, ridged, corrugated, fluted, wrinkled, creased, corrugation, n. furrow, groove, channel, ridge, flute, stria; crease, seam, pleat, plication, plait; fold, wrinkle, crinkle, pucker, cockle, crumple; rugosity, unevenness, roughness, asperity, corrupt, adj. 1. dishonest, false, dishonorable, untrustworthy, underhand, deceitful, deceptive; criminal, knavish, crooked, villainous; base, faithless, recreant, traitorous; venal, bribable, mercenary, corruptible.

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