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grave
used in The 100

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Her manner was grave.
Definition
serious and/or solemn
The exact meaning of this sense of grave can depend upon its context. For example:
  • "This is a grave problem," or "a situation of the utmost gravity." — important, dangerous, or causing worry
  • "She was in a grave mood upon returning from the funeral." — sad or solemn
  • "She looked me in the eye and gravely promised." — in a sincere and serious manner
  • "A chastity belt," Luke said gravely.
    p. 125.0
  • She nodded gravely, but then giggled when Wells playfully smacked her shoulder.
    p. 142.2
  • He waited for his father to give Rhodes one of his dismissive glares, but to Wells's horror, the Chancellor was staring gravely at Clarke.
    p. 263.5

There are no more uses of "grave" flagged with this meaning in The 100.

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exact meaning not specified
  • Her face was grave as she whispered something to Luke that Glass couldn't hear, though Glass could tell from her expression that it was nothing good.
    p. 314.8
  • Just yesterday, they'd dug another grave.
    p. 171.8
  • A strange numbness spread over Wells as he watched the Vice Chancellor stand, his face grave as he explained that while he'd approved their request for a new lab, he never said a word about experimenting on children.
    p. 262.1

There are no more uses of "grave" in The 100.

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