Graveless to Greasy
(Grave"less) a. Without a grave; unburied.
(Grav"el*ing or Grav"el*ling), n.
1. The act of covering with gravel.
2. A layer or coating of gravel (on a path, etc.).
(Grav"el*ing, or Grav"el*ling), n. (Zoöl.) A salmon one or two years old, before it has gone to
(Grav"el*li*ness) n. State of being gravelly.
(Grav"el*ly) a. Abounding with gravel; consisting of gravel; as, a gravelly soil.
(Grav"el-stone") n. A pebble, or small fragment of stone; a calculus.
(Grave"ly) adv. In a grave manner.
Graven image, an idol; an object of worship carved from wood, stone, etc. "Thou shalt not make unto
thee any graven image." Ex. xx. 4.
(Grav"en) p. p. of Grave, v. t. Carved.
(Grave"ness), n. The quality of being grave.
His sables and his weeds,Shak.
Importing health and graveness.
(Gra"ven*stein") n. [So called because it came from Gravenstein, a place in Schleswig.
Downing.] A kind of fall apple, marked with streaks of deep red and orange, and of excellent flavor and
(Gra*ve"o*lence) n. [L. graveolentia: cf. F. gravéolence. See Graveolent.] A strong and
offensive smell; rancidity. [R.] Bailey.
(Gra*ve"o*lent) a. [L. graveolens; gravis heavy + olere to smell.] Having a rank smell.
1. One who graves; an engraver or a sculptor; one whose occupation is te cut letters or figures in stone
or other hard material.
2. An ergraving or cutting tool; a burin.
(Grav"er*y) n. The act, process, or art, of graving or carving; engraving.
Either of picture or gravery and embossing.Holland.
(Graves) n. pl. The sediment of melted tallow. Same as Greaves.
(Graves"' dis*ease") [So called after Dr. Graves, of Dublin.] Same as Basedow's disease.
(Grave"stone) n. A stone laid over, or erected near, a grave, usually with an inscription, to
preserve the memory of the dead; a tombstone.
(Grave"yard") n. A yard or inclosure for the interment of the dead; a cemetery.