Definition of grace:

part of speech: noun

Easy elegance in form or manner: what adorns and commends to favor: mercy, pardon: the undeserved kindness and mercy of God: divine influence: eternal life or salvation: a short prayer at meat: the title of a duke or an archbishop:- pl. ( with good) favor, friendship: ( myth.) the three sister goddesses in whom beauty was deified.

part of speech: verb

To mark with favor; adorn.

part of speech: verb

Three days allowed for the payment of a note or bill of exchange, after being due acc. to its date.

part of speech: verb

To adorn or decorate; honor; dignify; favor.

part of speech: noun

Excellence of character; attractiveness or charm; beauty of form or movement; disposition to benefit or serve another; kindness; the unmerited favor and love of God towards man; spiritual excellence; virtue; a brief prayer before or after meals; a respectful title of address applied to an archbishop or duke.

part of speech: noun

Favor; pardon; divine favor; elegance; a short prayer at meat.

Usage examples for grace:

  • " No, but he put you up to it- or Grace Ferrall did. "The Fighting Chance", Robert W. Chambers.
  • Grace Maubray is a very pretty girl. "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
  • Durade assented with bad grace "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
  • " Grace Lexman," said the girl, with a smile. "The Clue of the Twisted Candle", Edgar Wallace.

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