Water and attrition soon round these minerals on their sharp edges, and thus show that they have come from some little distance.
The difficulty was to overcome its susceptibility to attrition.
Or her constitution—physical and spiritual—had succumbed to the attrition of duty against womanly instinct.
I say that attrition with confession is necessary: he believes that contrition is necessary.
It grew better and brighter with the attrition of repeated delivery, and was fresh and new to every new audience.
Nothing has done us more harm than all this talk about "attrition."
But the inevitable toll of attrition from the violent deaths of the animals appalled this gentle race.
In what was to a great extent a war of attrition this was a point of some importance.
Germany kept up her policy of attrition by clever use of submarines and mines.
Attrition and Contrition, as defined at the Council of Trent, 584.
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