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  • v. Present participle of unground.

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Examples

  • When spiritual energies were swirling and entering the Earth atmosphere in increasing intensity, around mid-August 1987, during the Harmonic Convergence, I felt myself spiraling in a surge of expansion that was exhilarating, but also dispersing and ungrounding.

    When Animals Speak

  • Glacier accelerations causing this imbalance have been related to enhanced surface meltwater production penetrating to the bed to lubricate glacier motion, and to ice-shelf removal, ice-front retreat, and glacier ungrounding that reduce resistance to flow.

    Rabett Run

  • Walski would have gotten away with it if he hadn't been careless, but I imagine being in the middle of the Iraqi desert with a laptop has got to be somewhat ungrounding.

    4/2/03 Chapel Hill, NC A

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