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  • I shall consider it as your grace and opportunity to serve you.
  • About the same time he wrote his work on Grace and Free Will.
  • Michael Grace wrote the leading article which set out the objects of the paper.
  • Flowers and trees and fine homes shall grace this great valley from one end to the other.
  • The good old lady never spoke of the child as Grace's baby. Cited from His Sombre Rivals, by E. P. Roe
  • There had been a note in Grace's voice that she had never heard before. Cited from Outdoor Girls at Wild Rose Lodge,by Laura Lee Hope
  • You see you belonged to Grace's set and they are all married. Cited from The Love Affairs of an Old Maid, by Lilian Bell
  • But it was Grace's turn, and my attention was drawn to my sister. Cited from Afloat And Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Both men attempt to be with her and play to her good graces.
  • The Grace that must be said every day before dinner in University College.
  • Captured pieces may only enter the game again with a grace throw.
  • By this means I shall have more resources for your Grace's service. Cited from History of the Philippines, by Antonio de Morga
  • We must see how we can best win their good graces. Cited from In the Eastern Seas, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The King appears to have accepted the situation with good grace.
  • He reportedly had fallen out of grace when that project was ill-received.
  • Grace's color rose, but she fixed her eyes on him. Cited from The Buccaneer Farmer, by Harold Bindloss
  • This time she held her tongue, and left him at Grace's door. Cited from Westways, by S. Weir Mitchell [AKA: Silas Weir Mitchell]
  • My lord, we shall go and drink your grace's health. Cited from Shopkeeper Turned Gentleman, Moliere (Poquelin)
  • I am responsible for your Grace's security and good health. Cited from Come Rack! Come Rope!, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • This story established that both of them wanted to be in her good graces.
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Meaning of grace

  • noun (christian theology) a state of sanctification by god; the state of one who is under such divine influence
    the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin, it was debated whether saving grace could be obtained outside the membership of the church, the Virgin lived in a state of grace
  • noun Elegance and beauty of movement or expression
    a beautiful figure which she used in subtle movements of unparalleled grace
  • noun A disposition to kindness and compassion
    the victor's grace in treating the vanquished
  • noun (greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors
  • noun A short prayer of thanks before a meal
    their youngest son said grace
  • noun (christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of god
    God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners, there but for the grace of God go I