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Noun
Smoothness and elegance of movement
“He moved with the grace of a trained dancer.”
Noun
An act of kind assistance
“Harvey also talked about God's grace in his life though.”
Noun
A short prayer of thanks said before or after a meal
“Neither of my parents had been overly religious although Da had insisted on saying grace before meals and he refused to do any work on a Sunday.”
Noun
Courteous good will
“And to give him his due, Monty had the good grace to admit the article had spurred him on to prove he could still win at the highest level.”
Noun
The condition or fact of being favoured by someone
“In its infancy, the process fell from grace because of production problems.”
Noun
A period officially allowed for payment of a sum due or for compliance with a law or condition, especially an extended period granted as a special favour
“If the patient cannot pay immediately, a period of grace is allowed, but he maintained that this is not the norm.”
Noun
A quality that gives something special worth
“… as if taste were not enough, red wine has the added grace of being healthy for the heart.”
Verb
To make more attractive by adding something that is beautiful or becoming
“A special table will grace the Great Chamber of a historic house in York in memory of one of its volunteers.”
Verb
To honour or favour
“If you have followed my guidelines, you will have undoubtedly created the most perfect email to ever grace the Internet!”
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