alphabet

Ground

Definition of ground:

part of speech: noun

Surface of the earth; soil; land; foundation.

part of speech: verb

To fix on a foundation or principle: to instruct in first principles.

part of speech: verb

To fix as a foundation; instruct in principles.

part of speech: adjective

Pa. t. and pa. p. of GRIND.

part of speech: noun

The earth or soil; surface of a floor or pavement; land; territory; country; estate; usually in plural; foundation; cause or reason; origin; original principle.

part of speech: adjective

Fundamental.

part of speech: verb

To strike the bottom, as a ship.

part of speech: adjective

Of to grind.

part of speech: verb

To place or set on or in the earth; teach the first principles to.

part of speech: verb

To run aground.

part of speech: noun

The surface of the earth: a portion of the earth's surface: land: field: the floor, etc.: position: field or place of action: ( lit. or fig.) that on which something is raised: foundation: reason: ( art.) the surface on which the figures are represented.

part of speech: verb

To strike the bottom and remain fixed.

part of speech: verb

To run on to land; said of vessels.

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