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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroundedground‧ed /ˈɡraʊndɪd/ adjective  1 reasonable and in control of your emotions, even when this is difficult2 someone who is grounded understands their own character and knows what is really important Simmons says that her family keeps her grounded.3 someone, especially a child, who is grounded is kept indoors as a punishment
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groundedThey walk on into their water kingdom with grounded certainty and are quickly obscured by the dark and bitty sea.Instead, grounded women shade their eyes and look resentfully out to sea.
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