A hypothetical force opposing gravity.
- ‘Your species will never get your value for the Universal Expansion Constant correct until you factor in the effects of antigravity on cosmic expansion.’
- ‘Albert Einstein first proposed the notion of antigravity in 1917 and later abandoned it.’
- ‘The best part of the story is where the physicists basically admit that yeah, given how incredibly weird phantom energy is, it probably allows for things like antigravity and wormhole-based time machines.’
- ‘This has antigravity properties, causing the expansion of the universe to speed up.’
- ‘Researchers have been able to simulate antigravity under extremely cold temperatures for small objects, but true antigravity is only a theoretical concept.’
attributive (chiefly of clothing for a pilot or astronaut) designed to counteract the effects of high acceleration.
- ‘I patented nanotechnology, antigravity devices, and genetic techniques of all sorts by my teenage years.’
- ‘Raël claims that the creatures in Ezekiel's vision wore antigravity suits with small jet engines attached to them.’
- ‘They took their oxygen suits off and walked over to their antigravity beds.’
- ‘The antigravity device is not a large object, maybe three square feet, and easily fits on a tabletop.’
- ‘So this mysterious stuff has been labelled ‘dark energy’ and is a kind of cosmic antigravity force that counteracts the attractive force of gravity.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.