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Based off of the Latin roots, levity and gravity are antonyms. Gravity, however, literally means the force the causes objects to have weight. Levity can be used to describe lightness in weight, but it is more frequently used to describe behavior or speech.
Choose the INCORRECT sentence
2. Patients who are given laughing gas often experience levity and behave humorously.
3. Mark's cat died, and he entered a phase of levity in which he was severely depressed.
4. After being unemployed for a year, Madison had levity when she was finally hired again.
The answer is sentence 3 because it uses levity's opposite meaning. A depressed person would not have levity.