grounding[ ground ]SEE DEFINITION OF grounding
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROUNDING
The former received a grounding in grammar, reading, and writing.
The grounding should be in fine twisted silk: any color may be used.
“Pass, friend,” said the sentry, grounding his gun with a clang.
In five minutes, Winslow was grounding her on the West shore.
In fact, such a thought had never had any grounding, even in Drouet's desires.
Norwegian policy after the grounding of the Consular negotiations.
The tide was running out rapidly, and the risk of grounding was serious.
When the grounding is finished, cut under the slope, half way up.
Bilge-pieces: Placed on a vessel's side to support her when grounding.
They destroy the right which they might have, by grounding it on a right which they cannot have.