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|graves disease eyes||0.62||0.8||7387||10|
|graves disease treatment||1.94||1||9305||25|
|graves disease icd 10||1.46||0.1||4133||89|
|graves disease definition||1.46||0.4||9738||47|
|graves disease diet||0.3||0.9||8930||84|
|graves disease icd-10||1.49||0.9||3094||74|
|graves disease medication||0.33||0.5||389||60|
|graves disease diagnosis||0.4||0.4||9419||39|
|graves disease antibodies||1.94||0.2||8156||28|
|graves disease labs||0.67||0.2||2562||39|
|graves disease icd 10 code||1.16||0.7||4093||98|
|graves disease autoimmune||2||0.4||5283||86|
|graves disease symptoms in women||0.29||0.3||1222||67|
See more synonyms for grave on Thesaurus.com. noun. an excavation made in the earth in which to bury a dead body. any place of interment; a tomb or sepulcher: a watery grave. any place that becomes the receptacle of what is dead, lost, or past: the grave of unfulfilled ambitions.What is grave in English?
Meaning of “grave” in the English Dictionary. "grave" in English. B1 a place in the ground where a dead person is buried: He visits his mother's grave every Sunday. They lowered the coffin into the grave. She died penniless and was buried in an unmarked grave.Is grave an adjective?
grave 1. adjective. /ɡreɪv/. /ɡreɪv/. (comparative graver, superlative gravest) (formal) jump to other results. (of situations, feelings, etc.) very serious and important; giving you a reason to feel worried. The police have expressed grave concern about the missing child's safety.What is another word for grave?
Another word for grave. verb. To cut (a design or inscription) into a hard surface, especially for printing: carve, engrave, etch, incise. See marks. To produce a deep impression of: engrave, etch, fix, impress, imprint, inscribe, stamp.