grave


grave
Synonyms and related words:
abject, abominable, acute, afflictive, agonizing, annihilation, arch, aristocratic, arrant, assemble, atrocious, august, autolithograph, awe-inspiring, awful, bane, baritone, barrow, base, bass, be a printmaker, beehive tomb, beggarly, biological death, biting, black, blackish, bleak, bone house, book, boundary stone, box grave, brass, burial, burial chamber, burial mound, bust, cairn, calendar, carve, cast, catacomb, catacombs, catalog, cenotaph, cessation of life, chalk, chalk up, character, charnel house, chase, check in, cheesy, chisel, chronicle, cist, cist grave, clinical death, column, comprehensive, consequential, considerable, contemptible, contralto, courtly, cramping, crease, cribble, critical, cromlech, cross, crosshatch, crossing the bar, crucial, cruel, crummy, crypt, cup, curtains, cut, cyclolith, dangerous, dark, dark-colored, darkish, darksome, deadly, death, death knell, debased, debt of nature, decease, decorous, deep, deep six, deep-echoing, deep-pitched, deep-toned, deepmouthed, degraded, demise, demure, departure, depraved, despicable, destructive, dignified, dire, dirty, disgusting, dismal, dissolution, distressing, docket, dokhma, dolmen, doom, dour, dreadful, drear, drearisome, dreary, drive, dusk, dusky, dying, earnest, ebb of life, elevated, enchase, end, end of life, ending, engrave, enroll, enscroll, enter, etch, eternal rest, excruciating, execrable, exhaustive, exit, expiration, extinction, extinguishment, fatal, fateful, fell, file, fill out, final summons, finger of death, flagrant, footstone, formal, formidable, foul, found, frowning, full, fulsome, funebrial, funereal, furrow, gloomy, gnawing, going, going off, grand, gravestone, gray, great, grievous, grim, grim-faced, grim-visaged, griping, groove, gross, hammer, hand of death, hard, harrowing, harsh, hatch, headstone, heavy, heinous, hoarstone, hollow, horrible, house of death, hurtful, hurting, impanel, important, imposing, impress, imprint, incise, inculcate, index, infix, inscribe, inscription, insculpture, insert, inspiring, instill, intense, irresistible, jaws of death, jot down, killing, kingly, knell, last debt, last home, last muster, last rest, last roundup, last sleep, leaving life, line, list, lithograph, little, lofty, log, long home, long-faced, lordly, loss of life, low, low green tent, low house, low-down, low-pitched, lumpen, magisterial, main, majestic, major, make a memorandum, make a note, make an entry, make out, make prints, making an end, mangy, mark, mark down, marker, mastaba, matriculate, mausoleum, mean, measly, megalith, memento, memorial, memorial arch, memorial column, memorial statue, memorial stone, menhir, mighty, minute, miserable, model, moderate, mold, monolith, monstrance, monstrous, monument, mound, moving, mummy chamber, murderous, narrow house, necrology, nefarious, nigrescent, no-nonsense, noble, note, note down, obelisk, obituary, obnoxious, odious, ossuarium, ossuary, painful, paltry, paroxysmal, parting, passage grave, passing, passing away, passing over, perilous, perishing, petty, piercing, pillar, pit, pivotal, place upon record, plaque, plenary, poignant, poky, poll, ponderous, poor, portentous, post, post up, pound, powerful, pressing, princely, print, prize, pungent, put down, put in writing, put on paper, put on tape, pyramid, queenly, quietus, racking, rank, record, reduce to writing, regal, register, release, reliquary, remembrance, reptilian, rest, resting place, reward, ribbon, rostral column, royal, sad, saturnine, scabby, score, scrape, scratch, scrubby, scruffy, sculp, sculpt, sculpture, scummy, scurvy, sedate, sentence of death, sepulcher, sepulchral, sepulture, serious, set down, severe, shabby, shades of death, shadow of death, shaft, shaft grave, sharp, shoddy, shooting, shrine, sleep, small, sober, sober-minded, sobersided, solder, solemn, somatic death, somber, sombrous, spasmatic, spasmic, spasmodic, squalid, stabbing, staid, stamp, stately, statuesque, stela, stinging, stipple, stone, stone-faced, straight-faced, strong, stupa, sublime, summons of death, swart, swarthy, tablet, tabulate, take down, tape, tape-record, temperate, terrible, testimonial, thoughtful, tomb, tombstone, tool, tope, tormenting, torturous, total, tower of silence, triste, trophy, tumulus, ugly, unmentionable, unsmiling, urgent, vault, venerable, videotape, vile, vital, weariful, wearisome, weary, weighty, weld, worthy, wretched, write, write down, write in, write out, write up

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  • grave — [ grav ] adj. • déb. XIVe « important »; lat. gravis I ♦ Abstrait 1 ♦ (1542) Vieilli Qui se comporte, agit avec réserve et dignité; qui donne de l importance aux choses. ⇒ austère, digne, posé, sérieux. Un grave magistra …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • grave — 1. (gra v . Du temps de Chifflet, Gramm. p. 183, on prononçait grâve) adj. 1°   Terme de physique. Qui a un certain poids. Les corps graves. 2°   Fig. Qui a du poids, du sérieux, de la réserve. •   Et certainement, messieurs, je puis dire avec… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Grave — Grave, a. [Compar. {Graver} (gr[=a]v [ e]r); superl. {Gravest.}] [F., fr. L. gravis heavy; cf. It. & Sp. grave heavy, grave. See {Grief.}] 1. Of great weight; heavy; ponderous. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] His shield grave and great. Chapman. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • GRAVE — GRAVE, GRAVITÉ.     Grave, au sens moral, tient toujours du physique; il exprime quelque chose de poids; c est pourquoi on dit, Un homme, un auteur, des maximes de poids, pour homme, auteur, maximes graves. Le grave est au sérieux ce que le… …   Dictionnaire philosophique de Voltaire

  • Grave — puede referirse a: Pesado Véanse también: Peso y Gravedad Serio, respetable, importante, difícil, molesto Sonido grave Voz grave Palabra grave, la que se acentúa en la penúltima sílaba (véase también acento grave). Enfermedad grave, aquella… …   Wikipedia Español

  • grave — adjetivo 1. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Que tiene mucha importancia, puede encerrar peligro o tener consecuencias perjudiciales: Es un asunto grave, habrá que verlo despacio. Ha cometido un grave error. enfermedad grave. 2. (estar) Que está muy… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • grave — GRAVE. adj. de tout genre. Pesant. N est en usage au propre que dans le dogmatique, & en cette phrase. Les corps graves. Il signifie fig. Serieux, qui agit, qui parle avec un air sage, avec dignité & circonspection. Un grave Magistrat. il est… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • grave — grave1 [grāv] adj. graver, gravest [Fr < L gravis, heavy, weighty < IE base * gwer , heavy, mill > QUERN, Gr barys, heavy, Sans gurúh, grave] 1. a) requiring serious thought; important; weighty [grave doubts] b) not light or tri …   English World dictionary

  • GRAVE (J.) — GRAVE JEAN (1854 1939) Né dans le Puy de Dôme, Jean Grave suit à Paris l’enseignement des Frères des écoles chrétiennes jusqu’à l’âge de onze ans. Mis en apprentissage, il se forme lui même grâce à de nombreuses lectures. Jean Grave succède à son …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • grave — (Del lat. gravis). 1. adj. Dicho de una cosa: Que pesa. U. t. c. s. m. La caída de los graves. 2. Grande, de mucha entidad o importancia. Negocio, enfermedad grave. 3. Enfermo de cuidado. 4. Circunspecto, serio, que causa respeto y veneración. 5 …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Grave — Grave, v. t. [imp. {Graved} (gr[=a]vd); p. p. {Graven} (gr[=a]v n) or {Graved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Graving}.] [AS. grafan to dig, grave, engrave; akin to OFries. greva, D. graven, G. graben, OHG. & Goth. graban, Dan. grabe, Sw. gr[aum]fva, Icel.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English