gravitied adj. 1
having gravity (of a specified strength or type)
I am weary of walking on this thrice-gravitied planet.
Day of the Conquerors in Thrilling Wonder Stories Jan. 104/2
Dillon Stover had fallen. Even on light-gravitied Mars it was a heavy tumble.
Devil’s Planet in Startling Stories Jan. 55/2
A good three-day hike on Earth, it was only about an hour’s time away on foot, on the light-gravitied surface of the Moon.
Danger Moon in Science Fiction Quarterly 61/2
Competition with lighter-gravitied Mars and Ganymede is far too tight to cut payloads for more fuel.
Arbiter in Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug. 107/2
We assembled the mastership on the Moon base from parts which were Roman candled up, a few pieces at a time, from too heavily gravitied Earth.
Hang Head, Vandal! in Amazing Stories Apr. 16/2
Unspecified biomechanical traits made them more inclined toward unspecified medical ailments linked to a non-gravitied environment.
In the crowded, stronger-gravitied universe, stars would be tearing dark matter away from one another.
Toward End of Time 147
Her stomach clenched when she looked down through the transparent floor; the party was on the lowest level of a spin-gravitied ring, and black infinity seemed to be pulling at her through the glassene window. The AI lovingly recorded the parameters of this unfamiliar vertigo.
Movements of Her Eyes in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Apr. 15
Nobody expected a race of flipper-footed aliens from a lightly gravitied planet to want to invade a heavyworld. [Ibid. 71] Bunk beds on a heavy-gravitied world weren’t usual, but Dabin’s gravity was only 1.85Gs.
Manly Wade Wellman, in Thrilling Wonder Stories
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