Meaning of denudation in English:

denudation

Pronunciation /diːnjʊˈdeɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

See denude

‘The forests in India, despite constant denudation, are still lovely, dark and deep and home to a host of wild species.’
  • ‘The city in the nature's very lap is being subjected to wanton denudation.’
  • ‘Soil here is extraordinarily thin, sandy, and well-drained owing to highly vertical relief and millennia of rainwater surface denudation.’
  • ‘Development in Tirumala has caused total denudation of the forests and soil, leading to near extinction of the indigenous flora and fauna.’
  • ‘Oftentimes the denudation of whole estates followed the death of the landowner.’