abrasive (Meaning)

Wordnet

abrasive (n)

a substance that abrades or wears down

Wordnet

abrasive (s)

causing abrasion

sharply disagreeable; rigorous

Webster

abrasive (a.)

Producing abrasion.

abrasive Sentence Examples

  1. The abrasive scrubbing pad was useful for removing tough stains from the kitchen surface.
  2. His abrasive tone during the meeting offended many of his colleagues.
  3. Using an abrasive cleaner on delicate surfaces may cause damage.
  4. The abrasive sandpaper was perfect for smoothing the rough edges of the wooden table.
  5. Her abrasive personality made it challenging for her to build lasting friendships.
  6. The abrasive nature of the gravel road caused excessive wear on the car's tires.
  7. The manager's abrasive management style created a tense atmosphere in the workplace.
  8. The abrasive brush effectively cleaned the grout between the tiles.
  9. The comedian's jokes were often considered abrasive, but some found them amusing.
  10. The abrasive quality of certain industrial materials necessitated the use of protective gear.

FAQs About the word abrasive

a substance that abrades or wears down, causing abrasion, sharply disagreeable; rigorousProducing abrasion.

irritating, frustrating,annoying, disturbing, painful, pestilential, vexing, pesky, galling, bothersome

delightful, delightful,pleasing, pleasing,

The abrasive scrubbing pad was useful for removing tough stains from the kitchen surface.

His abrasive tone during the meeting offended many of his colleagues.

Using an abrasive cleaner on delicate surfaces may cause damage.

The abrasive sandpaper was perfect for smoothing the rough edges of the wooden table.