Definitions of "ground"
  1. A basis or set of reasons that a person's knowledge, belief, or conviction relies on. It's also used in a legal context as the data or premise that gives an action or argument a solid standing
  2. A section or plot of land
  3. The act of providing a rational or valid foundation or basis for something
How to use "ground" in a sentence
  1. The judge asked the prosecutor to clarify the ground for the legal action.
  2. The city is selling a ground for the construction of a new community center.
  3. The resources available on the project helped to ground the researcher's hypothesis.

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