graciously granted

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  • A public trial of the commander-in-chief was expected by the people, and it was graciously granted by his majesty. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II, by Tobias Smollett
  • As for thee, a just path be graciously granted to thee When thou enterest the house of man. Cited from The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow
  • Jack applied for his brother, and the Lords of the Admiralty graciously granted his request. Cited from The Three Admirals, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • "I have been very graciously granted the Order of the Crown, fourth class, and the general order for good behaviour." Cited from Indian Lily and Other Stories,by Hermann Sudermann
  • This was graciously granted, and a seat offered. Cited from The Ladies, by E. Barrington
  • "If mademoiselle's dances are not taken for the entire afternoon, perhaps she will be so kind as to say which one she will graciously grant me?" Cited from The Rose of Old St. Louis, by Mary Dillon
  • And has the conqueror graciously granted his request? Cited from Louisa of Prussia and Her Times, by L. Muhlbach #7
  • Adeline, who had recognized him from the descriptions she had received, now made herself known to him, and graciously granted him permission to walk with her to the castle. Cited from Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine, by Lewis Spence
  • God graciously granted the satisfying of this longing of Saint Paul. Cited from Sermons on Biblical Characters, by Clovis G. Chappell
  • I am sure that my consecration was made in great ignorance; but the Lord understood that I was sincere, and graciously granted me the experience. Cited from Trials and Triumphs of Faith, by Mary Cole
  • God graciously granted him this foretaste of the Messianic time. Cited from The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg Volume 2
  • Nicholas, much touched by her gratitude and her earnest entreaties on behalf of the Polish lord, graciously granted his pardon. Cited from Catharine's Peril, by M. E. Bewsher
  • His heart was resolutely set upon the master stroke of his life, for a private audience with the Viceroy of India had been graciously granted him at two o'clock. Cited from A Fascinating Traitor,by Col. Richard Henry Savage
  • Nicostratus then craving her pardon, she graciously granted it him, bidding him never again to suffer himself to be betrayed into thinking such a thing of her, who loved him more dearly than herself. Cited from The Decameron, Vol. II, by Giovanni Boccaccio
  • May He graciously grant that I may so speak as to be of some service to one of those who has commanded me to write, whom our Lord has raised in four months to a greater height than I have reached in seventeen years! Cited from Life of St. Teresa of Jesus, by Teresa of Avila
  • Let him return a hero covered with glory, and then, O Allah, graciously grant that I may be able to reward him for all his love, and for all the pain I have caused him! Cited from Mohammed Ali and His House, by Louise Muhlbach
  • The first day of the conflict at Aboukir prostrated him so completely that he was compelled to return home to Cavalla, and the capitan graciously granted his request and placed me in his position. Cited from Mohammed Ali and His House, by Louise Muhlbach
  • Philip had not been in the studio for a long time, but the artist had reason to expect him; for yesterday the monarch must have received his letter, requesting that he would graciously grant him permission to leave Madrid. Cited from A Word Only A Word, by Georg Ebers, v3
  • The boy handed over the parcel to Grenelli, and then, as he turned to go, begged the honor of shaking hands with Indiman and myself, a permission graciously granted. Cited from The Gates of Chance, Van Tassel Sutphen
  • A woman's eye can read the face of the man she loves, its every feeling of pride, its every expression of suffering; it might almost be said that Heaven has graciously granted to women, on account of their very weakness, more than it has accorded to other creatures. Cited from Ten Years Later, by Alexandre Dumas
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