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Meanings for grave

serious; critical


death of a person

"he went to his grave without forgiving me"; "from cradle to grave"

grave, tomb(noun)

a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone)

"he put flowers on his mother's grave"

grave accent, grave(adj)

a mark (`) placed above a vowel to indicate pronunciation

grave, sedate, sober, solemn(adj)

dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises

"a grave God-fearing man"; "a quiet sedate nature"; "as sober as a judge"; "a solemn promise"; "the judge was solemn as he pronounced sentence"

dangerous, grave, grievous, serious, severe, life-threatening(adj)

causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm

"a dangerous operation"; "a grave situation"; "a grave illness"; "grievous bodily harm"; "a serious wound"; "a serious turn of events"; "a severe case of pneumonia"; "a life-threatening disease"

grave, grievous, heavy, weighty(verb)

of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought

"grave responsibilities"; "faced a grave decision in a time of crisis"; "a grievous fault"; "heavy matters of state"; "the weighty matters to be discussed at the peace conference"

sculpt, sculpture, grave(verb)

shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it

"She is sculpting the block of marble into an image of her husband"

scratch, engrave, grave, inscribe(verb)

carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface

"engrave a pen"; "engraved the trophy cupt with the winner's"; "the lovers scratched their names into the bark of the tree"

having a matter of importance as its topic

leaving gossip and celebrities to other magazines, this journal focuses on the grave issues confronting the nation

involving potential loss or injury

going over Niagara Falls poses a grave danger

not joking or playful in mood or manner

when I asked him how his dog was doing, he looked grave and said, "Not good"

having a low musical pitch or range

a grave hexachord

to cut (as letters or designs) on a hard surface

the doomed climber graved his initials into the rock face

a final resting place for a dead person

the forlorn boy put flowers on his mother's grave

the permanent stopping of all the vital bodily activities

a rock star who found his early grave in a plane crash

the state of being dead

a terrible fear of the grave

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Example Sentences of grave

I was a grave digger for thirty years.

He has some grave defects, but I think he is a great scholar all the same.

Tom dug a grave for his dog.

The boy dug a grave for his dead pet.

The world economy is in grave danger.

The boy dug a grave for his dog that had died.

He made a grave mistake.

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Synonyms for grave

grave accent tomb severe sober serious somber earnest sincere dangerous staid unplayful weighty grievous drab sedate life threatening solemn heavy sombre wicked stark unsafe terrible hard spartan stern monstrous good atrocious flagitious knockout austere heartbreaking heartrending sullen laborious overweight toilsome intemperate corpulent sound gruelling dense grueling wakeless with child(p) threatening profound backbreaking cloggy heavy(a) large(p) great(p) clayey enceinte fleshy weighed down impenetrable expectant lumbering ponderous sonorous arduous operose rotund heavy(p) big(a) labored obese laboured punishing cogent telling gravid big(p) lowering leaden sculpt scratch sculpture inscribe engrave itch call off scrape up enrol expunge enter fret recruit strike etch chafe code cipher cypher come up autograph cancel write in code encrypt scrub scrape fray encipher enroll excise scratch up rub sad momentous pressing demure thoughtful important aggravated imprint infix impress deeply carve form by cutting pit sepulchre ossuary charnel house narrow house long home of great consequence plain not showy not tawdry deep not acute low in pitch gross acute graves seriously cemetery falls major burial great severely dire gravesite gravely graveyard hazardous jeopardizing menacing parlous perilous risky unhealthy venturesome humorless no nonsense po faced sobersided uncomic unsmiling bass low throaty incise insculp sepulcher sepulture curtains death decease demise dissolution doom end exit expiration expiry fate great divide passage passing quietus sleep dead deadness lifelessness nothingness

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Grave in different languages

  • адамраAbkhazian
  • graf Afrikaans
  • ضريح, قبرArabic
  • qəbir, məzarAzerbaijani
  • ҡәберBashkir
  • магі́лаByelorussian
  • гроб Bulgarian
  • কবরBengali
  • seriós greu sepulcre Catalan
  • hrob závažný vážný Czech
  • grav begravelse Danish
  • grab dumpf gemessen furchtgebietend dunkel gravitätisch gewichtig respektgebietend German
  • βαρύς τάφος βαρεία Greek
  • tombo Esperanto
  • apremiante bajo grabar esculpir sombrío grave fosa tumba tallar solemne serio reservado seco sepultura Spanish
  • haud Estonian
  • گور قبر Persian
  • vakava hauta matala Finnish
  • grave tombe tailler graver sculpter French
  • grêfFrisian
  • uaigh Irish
  • uaighScots Gaelic
  • oaieManx
  • קֶבֶרHebrew
  • क़ब्र गंभीर Hindi
  • sír Hungarian
  • գերեզման Armenian
  • kubur Indonesian
  • gröf Icelandic
  • tomba fossa Italian
  • Japanese
  • საფლავი სამარე Georgian
  • мазар, қабырKazakh
  • 무덤Korean
  • merzel tirb mezar ziyaret gorr qebir قه‌بر گۆڕ Kurdish
  • көр, мүрдө, мүрзө, бейитKirghiz
  • sepulchrum Latin
  • GrafLuxembourgish
  • ຂຸມເຮ່ວ, ຊຸມຜີ, ຂຸມຝັງສົບLao
  • kapas Lithuanian
  • kaps Latvian
  • гроб Macedonian
  • булшMongolian
  • pusara kubur Malay
  • qabarMaltese
  • graf Dutch
  • grav
  • grav Norwegian
  • ингӕнOssetian, Ossetic
  • poważny grób mogiła Polish
  • sepultura Portuguese
  • mormânt Romanian
  • выреза́ть гравирова́ть серьёзный моги́ла гра́вис производи́ть впечатле́ние произвести́ впечатле́ние тяжёлый ни́зкий гроб Russian
  • гро̏б, grȍbSerbo
  • hrob Slovak
  • gròbSlovenian
  • varr Albanian
  • grav Swedish
  • kaburi Swahili
  • கல்லறை Tamil
  • సమాధిTegulu
  • қабр, гӯрTajik
  • หลุมฝังศพ, หลุมศพThai
  • gör, mazarTurkmen
  • mezar Turkish
  • каберTatar
  • моги́лаUkrainian
  • قبرUrdu
  • qabr, goʻr, quburUzbek
  • mả mộ dấu huyền Vietnamese
  • גרובYiddish

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