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"Gravity Definition"

What is the Definition of Gravity in English? What does Gravity mean? How do you use the word Gravity? What is another word for Gravity? Definition with meaning of Gravity.

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"What does Gravity Mean in English"

Gravity Meaning in English. "Gravity Definition" with an example in online dictionary. Gravity Meaning in Bengali.

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Definition of Gravity

noun, plural gravities.
the force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall toward the center of the earth.
heaviness or weight.
gravitation in general.
a unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity. Symbol: g.
serious or critical nature:
He seemed to ignore the gravity of his illness.
serious or dignified behavior; dignity; solemnity:
to preserve one's gravity in the midst of chaos.
lowness in pitch, as of sounds.

Gravity Example in a sentance

Example Sentences for gravity

It landed with only the weight of gravity, brushing his cheek, then dropping across his shoulder and down his back.

If you are not going up, gravity begins to act, and down you go.

The distance to which a shot was reckoned to range straight, without appreciable drooping from the force of gravity.

Is the centre of gravity fixed, or is it shifting in the flight of rockets?

The aged must be examples of wisdom, gravity, and holiness unto the younger.

“I know just as much about her as she knows about herself,” declared Jennie, with gravity.

The idea of time involves time to think; the sobering second thought expressed in seriousness and gravity.

A balloon full of hydrogen "falls up" in obedience to the Law of Gravity.

This experiment seems to indicate that the roots are influenced to grow downward by the force of gravity.

The gravity pull of acceleration let up slowly as I clung to the ladder.

History of Gravity

Word Origin & History

gravity 1509, "weight, dignity, seriousness," from L. gravitatem (nom. gravitas) "weight, heaviness, pressure," from gravis "heavy" (see grave (adj.)). The scientific sense of "force that gives weight to objects" first recorded 1641. Gravitate is first recorded 1692.

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