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Synonyms for grace

Synonyms for grace

refined, effortless beauty of manner, form, and style

a sense of propriety or rightness

kind, forgiving, or compassionate treatment of or disposition toward others

temporary immunity from penalties

a short prayer said at meals

to lend dignity or honor to by an act or favor

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to endow with beauty and elegance by way of a notable addition

Synonyms for grace

(Christian theology) a state of sanctification by God

elegance and beauty of movement or expression

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a sense of propriety and consideration for others

a disposition to kindness and compassion

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(Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm

a short prayer of thanks before a meal

(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God

be beautiful to look at

References in classic literature ?
Assume,'' he said, ``fair lady, the mark of your sovereignty, to which none vows homage more sincerely than ourself, John of Anjou; and if it please you to-day, with your noble sire and friends, to grace our banquet in the Castle of Ashby, we shall learn to know the empress to whose service we devote to-morrow.
It is of that prisoner that I wish to speak to your Grace," replied Felton.
Pardon, my Lord," said Felton, stopping the duke; "but does your Grace know that the name of Charlotte Backson is not the true name of this young woman?
I cannot believe," continued Felton, in a voice that became more sharp and rough, "that your Grace knows that it is to Milady de Winter this relates.
And will your Grace sign that order without remorse?
His Grace was extremely desirous to avoid all public scandal.
His Grace is by no means convinced that the police have failed.
Huxtable, that his Grace is particularly anxious to avoid all public scandal.
He isn't half so much fun as he used to be," Lady Grace declared.
Prince, you know my daughter Grace, and I am sure that you have met Miss Penelope Morse?
But then, you take no luncheon, Prince," Lady Grace reminded him.
She wore the large gray cloak that covered her from head to foot with a grace that lent its own attractions to a plain and even a shabby article of dress.
The surgeon, submitting to destiny with the worst possible grace, dropped the charming Englishwoman's hand, and returned to his duties in the kitchen.
Mercy could just see the letter-case as Grace held it up in the deepening obscurity of the room.
And when I mention honour, I mean that mode of Divine grace which is not only consistent with, but dependent upon, this religion; and is consistent with and dependent upon no other.