Definition of gravitas in English:
Dignity, seriousness, or solemnity of manner: a post for which he has the expertise and the gravitas
More example sentences
- How then to satisfy a general visitor and yet still endow each object with the dignity and gravitas demanded by its place in our heritage?
- She spoke with gravitas about the serious thought and hard work that had gone into making this Easter bonnet parade the event it was.
- Strong Saturnian types exude gravitas and take life seriously.
Latin, from gravis 'serious'.
Words that rhyme with gravitassassafras • demitasse
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