/ (ɡræv) /

  1. a unit of acceleration equal to the standard acceleration of free fall. 1 grav is equivalent to 9.806 65 metres per second per second: Symbol: g

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How to use grav in a sentence

  • He checked the proper switches, and felt the throbbing purr of the anti-grav motors as the ship slid in toward the landing slot.

    The Link | Alan Edward Nourse
  • He continued the same association, employing Dupont grav and Champlain.

  • J'en ai rapport quelques-uns o l'on a grav des chiffres, des lettres, et jusqu' de jolis paysages.

  • Thane looked down at the endless Norwegian forest, a thousand meters below his rented anti-grav scout.

    Evil Out of Onzar | Mark Ganes
  • Branches of spruce brushed against the plastic cabin as the anti-grav settled into the forest.

    Evil Out of Onzar | Mark Ganes