It is quite true that Kepler had some slight knowledge of the existence of what we now know as gravitation.
I didn't make the laws of the State any more than I made the law of gravitation.
A man is very seldom hurt at this game, though how he escapes without a broken neck is one of the wonders of gravitation to me.
The principle of gravitation is of far wider scope than we have yet indicated.
He is overcoming the force of gravitation, which is incessantly pulling him down.
There is a certain attraction of gravitation between these weights.
The great office came to him by the laws of gravitation and character—to him the clean of hand, and brave of heart.
We have thus a means of comparing the gravitation at the two places.
Here then is the special characteristic of the magnetic force, which distinguishes it from that of gravitation.
Theologically it is described as a gravitation, a bias toward evil.
gravitation grav·i·ta·tion (grāv'ĭ-tā'shən)
The natural phenomenon of attraction between massive bodies.
The act or process of moving under the influence of this attraction.
A movement toward a source of attraction.
The force, first described mathematically by Isaac Newton, whereby any two objects in the universe are attracted toward each other. Gravitation holds the moon in orbit around the Earth, the planets in orbit around the sun, and the sun in the Milky Way. It also accounts for the fall of objects released near the surface of the Earth. The modern theory of gravitation is the general theory of relativity.