1— [Middle English attricioun, from Medieval Latin, attrition-, attritio, from Latin]: sorrow for one's sins that arises from a motive other than that of the love of God.
2 — the act of rubbing together : FRICTION
also : the act of wearing or grinding down by friction.
Stones can be smoothed and polished by attrition.
3 — the act of weakening or exhausting by constant harassment, abuse, or attack a war of attrition.
4 — a reduction in numbers usually as a result of resignation, retirement, or death a company with a high rate of attrition.
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