Gravitas

Gravitas was one of the Roman virtues, along with pietas, dignitas and virtus. It may be translated variously as weight, seriousness and dignity, also importance, and connotes a certain substance or depth of personality. ...
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Gravitas

(Latin) 'gravity', a greatly valued Roman characteristic; gravitas meant that one took seriously public and private responsibilities and realized their importance.
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gravitas

noun formality in bearing and appearance; `he behaved with great dignity`
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gravitas

high seriousness (as in a person's bearing or in the treatment of a subject). Used by Al Gore during the 2000 Presidential election to portray himself as experienced. This unfamiliar word was suddenly being used by numerous members of the media and became ridiculed as orchestrated political spin.
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gravitas

Latin, meaning: weight, seriousness, dignity, importance.
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gravitas

weight, seriousness, dignity, importance.
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