[grou-stahrk, graw-] /ˈgraʊ stɑrk, ˈgrɔ-/
a novel (1901) by George Barr McCutcheon about the romantic and melodramatic adventures of military and courtly figures in the fictional kingdom of Graustark.
/ɡræv/ noun 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 g
/ˈɡrævədˌlæks/ noun 1. another name for gravlax
[gruh-vey-muh n] /grəˈveɪ mən/ noun, plural gravamina [gruh-vam-uh-nuh] /grəˈvæm ə nə/ (Show IPA). Law. 1. the part of an accusation that weighs most heavily against the accused; the substantial part of a charge or complaint. 2. a grievance. /ɡrəˈveɪmɛn/ noun (pl) -vamina (-ˈvæmɪnə) 1. (law) that part of an accusation weighing most heavily against an […]
[greyv] /greɪv/ noun 1. an excavation made in the earth in which to bury a dead body. 2. any place of interment; a tomb or sepulcher: a watery grave. 3. any place that becomes the receptacle of what is dead, lost, or past: the grave of unfulfilled ambitions. 4. death: O grave, where is thy […]