American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The hypothetical effect of reducing or canceling a gravitational field.
- n. alternative spelling of anti-gravity.
“At the far end of the room, hovering in some kind of antigravity unit, a man was peering into a microscope.”
“MAKE article about "antigravity" lifter killed (Mark) 700 sets of 700 drawings (Mark)”
“Hot on the heels of my previous "antigravity" post ...”
“Hassenpfeffer Archive: Hot on the heels of my previous "antigravity" post ...”
“The House of Torment Austin, Texas A new feature at this 20,000-square-foot haunted house is an "antigravity" room that throws off visitors 'balance.”
“The body has its own built-in "antigravity" reflex and if we can learn to let our heads "float" on top of our spine as nature intended the body then we can release all the pent up tensions.”
““What will you pay us to enter our Russian-trapeze antigravity theater?””
“He told me that an antigravity harness is nothing compared to banking and wheeling in a silent sky on a huge pair of wings.”
““Given the effort we will be expending,” said Lieutenant Commander Taurik from where he stood on the far side of an antigravity pallet holding several smaller crates, “and the importance of returning these facilities to full operational capability, such preparation is a logical course of action.””
“In the second paragraph, we have: “These exact ‘antigravity-field’ solutions were calculated from an exact metric first derived, but not analyzed, by (Hartle, Thorne and Price, 1986).””
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pretty open-ended here—terms, ideas, lingo, technologies and phenomena (real or postulated) that are, were, should be or could be used in speculative fiction
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