The magnificent Rampling has the gravitas and the poker face necessary to pull off the mysterious role.
Recently, the GOP force questioned whether Palin has the required "gravitas" to run for president.
Their garb lent them either the gravitas the Republican bench has previously lacked, or the doleful aspect of ushers at a funeral.
One wants to believe that Paris has decided to take on truly serious role, to cozy up to gravitas for a moment.
Some staffers say the campaign is in desperate need of someone with the stature and gravitas to force Romney to listen.
The president needed the gravitas of the former Fed chairman to sell his bank reform to Wall Street.
“Gore has gravitas with people who already agree with him,” says Levi.
Second, and this isn't really his fault but just the way it is, he doesn't have the gravitas yet.
With the nation facing a graver crisis than Lincoln was so far willing to admit, his whiskers gave him…gravitas.
"No one, no one, will question Christiane's gravitas," Chung said.
1924, from Latin gravitas "weight, heaviness;" figuratively, of persons, "dignity, presence, influence" (see gravity). A word that became useful when gravity acquired a primarily scientific meaning.