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grave4 in music, slow and solemn. [2 definitions]
grave accent a diacritical mark (), placed over a vowel to indicate length or low pitch, or to indicate secondary stress of a syllable. (Cf. acute accent.)
gravedigger a person who digs graves for a living.
gravel a loose mixture of small stones, pebbles, and sometimes sand. [4 definitions]
gravel-blind almost, but not completely, blind. (Cf. sand-blind, stone-blind.)
gravelly full of or like gravel. [2 definitions]
graven a past participle of grave3.
graven image an idol or fetish, esp. one carved from wood or stone.
Graves' disease a disorder characterized by excessive thyroid secretion that causes enlargement of the thyroid and higher basal metabolism and pulse rate.
graveside the area beside a grave. [2 definitions]
gravesite the location of a grave or graves; a place of burial.
gravestone a stone placed as a marker at a person's grave.
graveyard a tract of ground for burying the dead; cemetery.
graveyard shift (informal) a work shift that extends through the early morning hours, often beginning at midnight. [2 definitions]
gravid pregnant.
gravimeter a device for measuring the specific gravity of a solid or liquid. [2 definitions]
gravimetric of or concerning the measurement of weight.
gravitas a sense of great seriousness or weightiness. [2 definitions]
gravitate to move toward or be attracted to something by or as if by a force of gravity.
gravitation the force of mutual attraction, as between planets, stars, or particles. [3 definitions]
graviton in physics, a theoretical particle that acts as the unit of gravitational energy.