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Gravety vs. Gravity: Decoding the Right Spelling

Dua Fatima
Edited by Hifza Nasir || By Dua Fatima || Published on May 10, 2024
Gravety is incorrect spelling while gravity is correct, denoting the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth.
Gravety vs. Gravity

Which is correct: Gravety or Gravity

How to spell Gravity?

Gravety is Incorrect

Gravity is Correct

How to remember correct spelling of Gravity?

"Gravity" keeps you on the "ground"; remember both start with "gr."
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"Grav-i-ty" can be remembered by associating it with "gravitational," as both words pertain to the same physical force.
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Think of "gravity" as "grave" with an "ity," both words relate to weightiness, one metaphorical and the other physical.
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Remember, "gravity" shares the “-ity” ending with words like “intensity” and “electricity.”
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In "gravity," the "a" and "i" surround the "v," just like "a"ir surrounds "v"arious objects, holding them down.
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How to use Gravity correctly in a sentence?

Incorrect: The force of gravety keeps us firmly on the ground
Correct: The force of gravity keeps us firmly on the ground.
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Incorrect: The scientist studied black holes and the nature of gravety
Correct: The scientist studied black holes and the nature of gravity.
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Incorrect: Gravety is what holds planets in orbit around the sun
Correct: Gravity is what holds planets in orbit around the sun.
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Incorrect: Without gravety, we'd float into space
Correct: Without gravity, we'd float into space.
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Incorrect: He didn’t understand the gravety of the situation
Correct: He didn’t understand the gravity of the situation.
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Gravity Definitions

Inescapable force or inevitability (figurative).
With the gravity of time, things eventually change.
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Seriousness or importance.
The gravity of his illness became apparent.
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A manner that is serious and solemn.
She spoke with gravity about the ongoing issues.
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The force by which a planet or other body draws objects toward its center.
The apple fell due to gravity.
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The force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall toward the center of the earth.
Gravity keeps us grounded on the planet.
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Gravity Example Sentences

The moon’s gravity causes ocean tides on Earth.
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Gravity is why things fall down, not up.
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Mountains can have enough mass to affect gravity slightly.
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When you jump, gravity pulls you back down.
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Gravity is stronger on larger planets like Jupiter.
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Gravity can bend the path of light around massive objects.
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Without gravity, astronauts float in space.
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Your weight is the measure of Earth’s gravity pulling on you.
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Sir Isaac Newton is famous for his studies on gravity.
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Things weigh less on the moon because of weaker gravity.
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Gravity holds all the solar system’s planets around the sun.
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Feather and hammer fall at the same rate in a vacuum because of gravity.
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We don’t feel Earth’s gravity changing because it’s always consistent.
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Your shadow is longer in the morning, but it's not because of gravity.
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Black holes have such strong gravity, light can’t escape.
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Gravity Phrases

Gravity's grasp

The unyielding force of attraction that keeps things grounded.
The astronaut momentarily escaped gravity's grasp during the spacewalk.
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Gravity's gift

The natural laws or order of the universe.
The apple falling on Newton's head was described as gravity's gift to science.
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Grounded by gravity

Staying humble and realistic.
Despite his fame, he was always grounded by gravity.
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Gravity of the situation

The seriousness or importance of a circumstance.
Once he saw the financial reports, he understood the gravity of the situation.
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Beyond gravity's reach

Refers to something that's out of the ordinary or beyond normal confines.
Her dreams were always beyond gravity's reach, aiming for the extraordinary.
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Gravity's dance

The natural order or cycle of things under the influence of gravity.
Watching the planets in their orbits felt like witnessing gravity's dance.
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Gravity's whisper

A subtle reminder of reality or the natural order.
The gentle pull of the tide was like gravity's whisper reminding us of nature's power.
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Defying gravity

Going against the norm or what's expected.
Her innovative ideas were always defying gravity in the traditional company.
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Laughing in the face of gravity

Boldly challenging or going against what's expected or established.
By breaking all previous records, she was laughing in the face of gravity.
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Drown in gravity's tears

To be overwhelmed by the seriousness or weight of a situation.
He felt like he would drown in gravity's tears after hearing the tragic news.
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Gravity's embrace

The comforting or grounding effect of reality or nature.
After a day of wild fantasies, she settled into gravity's embrace and got to work.
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Pull with a gravity

Having a strong influence or attraction.
Her charisma made her pull with a gravity in every room she entered.
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Gravity's gamble

Taking a risk, knowing the natural consequences or the seriousness of an action.
Jumping without a parachute was a true gravity's gamble.
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Shaking off gravity

To attempt something ambitious or challenging.
By inventing new technologies, humanity is trying to shake off gravity.
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Gravity's mirror

A reflection or reminder of reality or seriousness.
The documentary served as gravity's mirror, showing us the real issues at hand.
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Feel the gravity

To understand the seriousness or depth of a situation.
When she spoke about her experiences, we could all feel the gravity of her words.
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Turn the gravity up

Increase the seriousness or intensity of a situation.
When the boss walked in, it felt like someone had turned the gravity up in the room.
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Gravity's lesson

A valuable insight or understanding gained from experiencing natural consequences.
The failure taught him gravity's lesson about humility and persistence.
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Waltzing with gravity

Skillfully navigating a difficult or challenging situation.
The way he managed the crisis was like he was waltzing with gravity.
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Gravity's lullaby

The comforting assurance of natural order or reality.
Watching the sunset and feeling the Earth's gentle rotation was like gravity's lullaby.
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Repeatedly Asked Queries

Does "gravity" only describe what happens on Earth?

No, gravity is a universal force that occurs anywhere in the universe where there's mass. It's not exclusive to Earth; for example, it governs the motion of planets around stars.
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What is the origin of the word "gravity"?

"Gravity" originates from the Latin word "gravitas," meaning weight or heaviness. It came into English through Old French in the late Middle English period.
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What’s the gravity like on other planets?

Gravity on other planets varies based on their mass and size. For instance, gravity on Jupiter, a much larger planet, is significantly stronger than Earth’s.
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Is "gravity" used in expressions?

Yes, in everyday language, "gravity" is used metaphorically in expressions like "the gravity of the situation," meaning the situation’s seriousness or importance.
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Can "gravity" change depending on where you are?

Yes, gravity can vary slightly depending on one’s location on Earth’s surface (it’s stronger at the poles), and it’s different on other celestial bodies, like the moon or Mars.
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How is "gravity" used differently in science and everyday language?

In science, "gravity" refers to the physical force of attraction between objects, especially toward Earth’s center. In everyday language, it can also mean seriousness or solemnity of manner.
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How did the understanding of "gravity" evolve over time?

Early understanding of "gravity" was limited to the observation that objects fall to the ground. Newton was the first to formulate a law of universal gravitation, and Einstein later expanded on this with his theory of general relativity, which describes gravity as a curvature in spacetime caused by mass and energy.
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Does "gravity" have a speed?

Yes, changes in gravity propagate at the speed of light. This was confirmed by observations of gravitational waves, ripples in spacetime caused by certain movements of mass.
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Why do astronauts experience "zero gravity"?

Astronauts experience what's called "microgravity" because they're in a continuous state of free fall towards Earth, but they're moving forward at the same speed, so they don't collide with it. This creates the sensation of weightlessness or "zero gravity."
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Why is "gravity" a fundamental force in nature?

Gravity is considered a fundamental force because it's one of the four main forces through which objects interact with each other in the universe, and it operates over long distances.
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Is there a way to simulate "gravity"?

Yes, artificial gravity can be simulated using rotational motion to create a centrifugal force that mimics the effects of gravity, commonly proposed for long-duration space travel.
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Why don’t we feel Earth’s "gravity" changing?

Earth’s gravity is very consistent for humans, so we don’t detect the tiny variations. Even when gravity changes slightly due to altitude, human perception isn’t sensitive enough to notice.
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What’s "zero gravity"?

"Zero gravity" or "weightlessness" occurs when there is no force of support on your body. Your body is in free fall, accelerating at the same rate as the surrounding environment.
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Is "gravity" the same thing as "gravitational force"?

Yes, "gravity" and "gravitational force" are used interchangeably to refer to the same concept: the force that attracts two bodies toward each other, such as the attraction between people and the Earth.
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