Pronunciation of Grounded
/ɡ_ɹ_ˈaʊ_n_d_ɪ_d/, /ɡɹˈa͡ʊndɪd/, /ɡɹˈaʊndɪd/
Antonyms for Grounded:
un essential, most streaming, ex press, flying, more flapping, Non-essential, more hovering, more baroscopic, most winging, more waving, unwarranted, on the wing, un required, unmerited, in-defensible, more unprovoked, most volitant, reasonless, volitant, more reasonless, more fluttering, more volar, un-supported, most unprovoked, more swooping, more zooming, unsupported, most avian, in-essential, more airborne, un-merited, Baroscopic, Foundationless, uncalledfor, airborne, volant, causeless, most baroscopic, offshore, most unmerited, most airborne, most volar, un-essential, meteorological, unprovoked, more unsupported, needless, aero nautical, afloat, in essential, most meteorological, un supported, un merited, most unsupported, Winging, most reasonless, more drifting, aeronautical, groundless, non essential, more gliding, climatic, un provoked, more winging, most drifting, illogical, un supportable, most foundationless, un authorized, un-warranted, most climatic, most causeless, un-wanted, un-justified, most aeronautical, more foundationless, un-provoked, most plumed, un-supportable, more avian, most swooping, un wanted, most hovering, most gliding, mis-tier, Barometrical, more plumed, in defensible, more climatic, most zooming, on wing, more volitant, more unmerited, un warranted, more meteorological, mis tier, most flapping, more aeronautical, more volant, un desired, un-founded, more barometrical, volar, ex-press, atmospheric, most volant, more streaming, more causeless, un founded, most fluttering, un justified, most barometrical, gratuitous, un-authorized, aero-nautical.
Usage examples for Grounded:
- When once M. Comte has decided, all evidence on the other side, nay, the very historical evidence on which he grounded his decision, had better perish. - "Auguste Comte and Positivism", John-Stuart Mill.
- The establishment of the Royal Society was opposed upon the ground that the study of natural philosophy, grounded, as it was, upon experimental evidence, tended to weaken the force of evidence not so founded; and this objection was deemed of sufficient weight to call for serious answer. - "Inventors", Philip Gengembre Hubert.
- He brought to the University not only well- grounded ideals of true scholarship, but also a broad culture, not too common in those days, and an inspiring interest in literature and art which left a deep impression. - "The University of Michigan", Wilfred Shaw.