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Grave consequence; seriousness or importance:
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  1. Grave consequence; seriousness or importance:
  2. The fundamental force of attraction that all objects with mass have for each other. Like the electromagnetic force, gravity has effectively infinite range and obeys the inverse-square law. At the atomic level, where masses are very small, the force of gravity is negligible, but for objects that have very large masses such as planets, stars, and galaxies, gravity is a predominant force, and it plays an important role in theories of the structure of the universe. Gravity is believed to be mediated by the graviton, although the graviton has yet to be isolated by experiment. Gravity is weaker than the strong force, the electromagnetic force, and the weak force.
  3. Weight; heaviness
The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object's weight depends on its mass and the strength of the gravitational pull. The weight of an object in an aircraft flying at high altitude is less than its weight at sea level, since the strength of gravity decreases with increasing distance from the Earth's surface. The SI unit of weight is the newton, though units of mass such as grams or kilograms are used more informally to denote the weight of some mass, understood as the force acting on it in a gravitational field with a strength of one G. The pound is also still used as a unit of weight.
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  1. The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object's weight depends on its mass and the strength of the gravitational pull. The weight of an object in an aircraft flying at high altitude is less than its weight at sea level, since the strength of gravity decreases with increasing distance from the Earth's surface. The SI unit of weight is the newton, though units of mass such as grams or kilograms are used more informally to denote the weight of some mass, understood as the force acting on it in a gravitational field with a strength of one G. The pound is also still used as a unit of weight.
  2. The greater part; preponderance:
  3. A system of such measures:
(Usage Problem) Great size; immensity.
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  1. (Usage Problem) Great size; immensity.
  2. Enormous size or extent; vastness
  3. The quality of passing all moral bounds; excessive wickedness or outrageousness.
Seriousness; sedateness
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  1. Seriousness; sedateness
  2. The state or quality of being sober
  3. Temperance or moderation, esp. in the use of alcoholic liquor
Solemn ceremony, ritual, observance, etc.
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  1. Solemn ceremony, ritual, observance, etc.
  2. (Law) The formality needed to validate an act, contract, etc.
  3. Solemn feeling, character, or appearance; serious or awesome quality; gravity
Gravitation, esp. terrestrial gravitation; force that tends to draw all bodies in the earth's sphere toward the center of the earth
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  1. Gravitation, esp. terrestrial gravitation; force that tends to draw all bodies in the earth's sphere toward the center of the earth
  2. Grave consequence; seriousness or importance:
  3. The fundamental force of attraction that all objects with mass have for each other. Like the electromagnetic force, gravity has effectively infinite range and obeys the inverse-square law. At the atomic level, where masses are very small, the force of gravity is negligible, but for objects that have very large masses such as planets, stars, and galaxies, gravity is a predominant force, and it plays an important role in theories of the structure of the universe. Gravity is believed to be mediated by the graviton, although the graviton has yet to be isolated by experiment. Gravity is weaker than the strong force, the electromagnetic force, and the weak force.
(Uncountable) The state of being calm; tranquillity; silence.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being calm; tranquillity; silence.
  2. (Countable) The product of being calm.
(Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being cool, as in chilly.
  2. (Slang, countable) The result or product of being cool, as in good or pleasing.
  3. (Countable) The result or product of being cool, as in chilly.
The state or quality of being sedate; calmness of mind, manner, or countenance; composure; placidity; serenity; tranquillity.
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  1. The state or quality of being sedate; calmness of mind, manner, or countenance; composure; placidity; serenity; tranquillity.
The state or characteristic of being staid.
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  1. The state or characteristic of being staid.
The state of being grave; gravity
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Seriousness, as of a situation
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  1. Seriousness, as of a situation
  2. Grave consequence; seriousness or importance:
  3. The fundamental force of attraction that all objects with mass have for each other. Like the electromagnetic force, gravity has effectively infinite range and obeys the inverse-square law. At the atomic level, where masses are very small, the force of gravity is negligible, but for objects that have very large masses such as planets, stars, and galaxies, gravity is a predominant force, and it plays an important role in theories of the structure of the universe. Gravity is believed to be mediated by the graviton, although the graviton has yet to be isolated by experiment. Gravity is weaker than the strong force, the electromagnetic force, and the weak force.
The quality of being momentous
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The quality of being weighty
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