Definition of 'grace'
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Example sentences containing 'grace'
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Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me. DESPERADOES (2001)The effect had all the grace of two shoppers trying to shove past each other in the checkout line. CORMORANT (2001)
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Translations for 'grace'
British English: grace NOUN
If someone moves with grace, they move in a smooth, controlled, and attractive way.
He moved with the grace of a trained boxer.
British English: grace VERB
If you say that something graces a place or a person, you mean that it makes them more attractive.
He went to the beautiful old dresser that graced this homely room.
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