|Subject ||solemnities/gravity, majesties, 'His Honour, etc.', destitute, 'down and out', poor, 'bad(ly) off', 'well-off'
198. solemnities (gravity)
* solemnities >> gravity /GC/S/Ch/abT
1.the state or character of being solemn; earnestness; gravity; impressiveness: the solemnity of a state funeral.
2. Often, solemnities. a solemn observance, ceremonial proceeding, or special formality: the solemnities of Easter.
3. Law. a formality that renders an act or document valid.
solemnity (impr/S/Ch + essiveness/P/Ch) impressiveness
solemnity (form/S/Ch + ality/P/Ch) formality
solemnities (form/S + ality/P) formality
solemnity (docum/S/Ch + ent/P/Ch) document
1. the force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall toward the center of the earth.
2.heaviness or weight.
3. gravitation in general.
4. acceleration of gravity.
gravity (for/T/Ch + ce/C2/Ch) force
gravity (weigh/T/Ch + t/C2/Ch) weight
gravity (gr/T/Ch + avitation/C2/Ch) gravitation
gravity (accel/T/Ch + eration/C2/Ch) acceleration
5. a unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity. Symbol: g
6.serious or critical nature: He seemed to ignore the gravity of his illness.
7.serious or dignified behavior; dignity; solemnity: to preserve one's gravity.
8. lowness in pitch, as of sounds.
gravity (un/T/Ch + it/C2/Ch) unit
gravity (nat /T/Ch + ure/C2/Ch) nature
gravity (dign/T/Ch + ity/C2/Ch) dignity
gravity (lown/T/Ch + ess/C2/Ch) lowness
Re/Corrections: Article of "fame/honour/glory, trouble(someness), inconvenience/solemness/gravity, earnest(ness), soberness/feeling" <<Column 45. gravitas/gravity >>
Article of "simplicity/easiness/clarity, logic(ality), urgency/importan-, need(fulness), gravity, press(ure), hurry/querulo-" <<Column 26. gravity/gravitation/graveness >>
* When articulating "graveness" or "solemnities" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /S/Ch/abT speaking posture, "gravity" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
* When articulating "gravity" with/from GRECOnglish/GC /P/Ch/abR speaking posture, "gravitas" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
* When articulating "gravitas" with/from English /T/Ch speaking posture, "graveness" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
* When articulating "gravitas" with/from English /P/Ch speaking posture, "gravitation" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
199. majesties (exaltedness)
* majesties >> exaltedness /GC/S/Ch/abT
n. pl. maj•es•ties
a. The greatness and dignity of a sovereign.
b. The sovereignty and power of God.
2. Supreme authority or power: the majesty of the law.
a. A royal personage.
b. Majesty Used with His, Her, or Your as a title and form of address for a sovereign.
a. Royal dignity of bearing or aspect; grandeur.
b. Stately splendor; magnificence, as of style or character: the Parthenon in all its majesty.
majesty (sov/P/Ch + ereign/S/Ch) sovereign
majesty (Go/P/Ch + d/S/Ch) God
majesty (auth/P/Ch + ority/S/Ch) authority
majesty (royal/P/Ch + personage/S/Ch) "royal personage"
"His Majesty" (ki/P/Ch + y=ŋ/S/Ch)/FS king [ki y=ŋ]
"Her Majesty" (k=/P/Ch + y=n/S/Ch)/FS queen [k= y=n]
"Their Majesties" (ki/P + y=ŋ/S)/FS king [ki y=ŋ]
"Their Majesties" (k=/P + y=n/S)/FS queen [k= y=n]
"Your Majesty" (ki/P/Ch + y=ŋ/S/Ch)/pES king [ki y=ŋ]
"Your Majesty" (k=/P/Ch + y=n/S/Ch)/pES queen [k= y=n]
"Your Majesties" (ki/P + y=ŋ/S)/pES king [ki y=ŋ]
"Your Majesties" (k=/P + y=n/S)/pES queen [k= y=n]
majesty (gr/P/Ch + andeur/S/Ch) grandeur
majesty (magn/P/Ch + ificence/S/Ch) magnificence
Re: Article of "'Why not Gibson Charles?' 'Mr. Gibson' or 'Gibson mister' 'Your Honour' 'English middle name'" <<Column 2. honorific, D) "Sir", "Your Honour", etc.>>
"His Honour" (jud/S/Ch + ge/P/Ch)/FS judge
"Her Honour" (jud/S + ge/P)/FS judge
"Your Honour" (jud/P/Ch + ge/S/Ch)/pES judge
"Your Honours" (jud/P + ge/S)/pES judge
"His Serene Highness" (pr/S/Ch + ince/P/Ch)/FS prince
"Her Serene Highness" (pr/S + incess/P)/FS princess
"Your Serene Highness" (pr/P/Ch + ince/S/Ch)/pES prince
"Your Serene Highnesses" (pr/P + ince/S)/pES prince
"Your Serene Highness" (pr/P/Ch + incess/S/Ch)/pES princess
"Your Serene Highnesses" (pr/P + incess/S)/pES princess
"His Grandducal Highness" (du/P/Ch + ke/S/Ch)/FS duke
"Her Grandducal Highness" (du/P/Ch + chess/S/Ch)/FS duchess
"Their Grandducal Highnesses" (du/P + k=/S)/FS duke
"Their Grandducal Highnesses" (du/P + chess/S)/FS duchess
200. destitute/verb?? ("down and out")
* destitute >> "down and out" /GC/S/Ch/abT
–verb (used with object)
3.to leave destitute.
destitute (lea/S/Ch + ve/P/Ch) leave
A) "down and out"
1.without any money, or means of support, or prospects; destitute; penniless.
2.without physical strength or stamina; disabled; incapacitated.
3.too physically weakened by repeated defeats to qualify as a competent professional boxer.
"down and out" (inc/P/Ch + apacitated/S/Ch) incapacitated
"down and out" (weaken/P/Ch + ed/S/Ch) weakened
4. Also, down-and-outer. a person who is down-and-out.
"down and out" (begg/C2/Ch + ar/T/Ch) beggar
"down and outer" (begg/C2 + ar/T) beggar
201. poor/noun?? ("badly off")
* poor >> "badly off" /GC/S/Ch/abT
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
"the poor" (poorn/P + ess/S) poorness
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
"poor as a church mouse" (very/C2/Ch + poor/T/Ch) "very poor"
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
"poor as Job's turkey" (very/T/Ch + poor/C1/Ch) "very poor"
Re/Corrections: Article of "unity/cohesion, barrenness, aridness/poorer/unproductivity, technological), propitiatory/atonable/reparative" <<Column 37. poorer/poorly>>
poorer (poor/C2/Ch + ly/P/Ch) poorly
A) "badly off" & "bad off", "well-off"
* When articulating "badly off" with/from English /T/Ch speaking posture, "bad off" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.
1.having sufficient money for comfortable living; well-to-do.
2.in a satisfactory, favorable, or good position or condition: If you have your health, you are well-off.
"well-off" (bad/P/Ch + off/S/Ch) "bad off"
comfortable (well/P/Ch + off/S/Ch) "well-off"
satisfactory (well/P + off/S) "well-off"
| imprisonment/detenti-, seizure, dignity, 'self-importa-', decorum/etiquet-, grandeur/prominen-, proprieties|
| needy, short/low, jovial, lively, 'full of beans', congenial/ratty/peevish, sour/tart, surly/churlish, peppery|