Sinonimi inglese britannico
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
elegance and beauty of movement, form, or expression
He moved with the grace of a trained dancer.
Sinonimi
elegance
Princess Grace's understated elegance
, ,
poise
Ballet classes are important for poise.
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ease
Co-stars particularly appreciate his ease on the set.
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polish
She was enormously popular for her charm and polish.
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refinement
a girl who possessed both dignity and refinement
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suppleness
,
gracefulness
Contrari
stiffness
,
ugliness
, , ,
tastelessness
,
inelegance
,
ungainliness
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
courtesy or decency
She hadn't even the grace to apologize for what she'd done.
Sinonimi
manners
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decency
His sense of decency forced him to resign.
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cultivation
She was a woman of cultivation and scholarship.
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etiquette
a breach of the rules of diplomatic etiquette
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breeding
She lost her temper completely and the veneer of good breeding dropped from her.
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propriety
Their sense of social propriety is eroded.
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tact
Her tact and intuition never failed.
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decorum
I was treated with decorum and respect
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mannerliness
Contrari
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tactlessness
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
a delay granted for the completion of a task or payment of a debt
He was granted four days' grace to be with his family.
Sinonimi
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mercy
Neither side showed its prisoners any mercy.
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pardon
He asked God's pardon for his sins.
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compassion
They preach universal kindness and compassion.
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quarter
It is brutal work, with no quarter given.
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charity
He had no sense of right and wrong, no charity, no humanity.
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forgiveness
I offered up a prayer for forgiveness.
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clemency
The prisoners' pleas for clemency were turned down.
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leniency
The judge rejected pleas for leniency.
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lenity
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
the free and unmerited favour of God shown towards humankind
It was only by the grace of God that no one died.
Sinonimi
benevolence
A bit of benevolence from people in power is not what we need.
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goodness
performing actions of goodness towards the poor
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goodwill
I invited them to dinner as a gesture of goodwill.
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generosity
her moral decency and generosity of spirit
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kindness
We have been treated with such kindness by everybody.
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kindliness
His kindliness and warmth made him particularly effective with staff welfare.
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Contrari
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
a short prayer of thanks for a meal
Leo, will you say grace?
Sinonimi
, ,
blessing
He said the blessing after taking the bread.
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thanksgiving
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benediction
The minister pronounced the benediction.
(sostantivo ) 
The reasons for his fall from grace are not clear.
Sinonimi
favour
They viewed him with favour.
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regard
I have a very high regard for him and what he has achieved.
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respect
I have tremendous respect for him.
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approval
an obsessive drive to win public approval
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esteem
He is held in high esteem by his colleagues.
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approbation
The result has not met with universal approbation.
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good opinion
Contrari
(sostantivo ) 
Definition
elegance and beauty of movement, form, or expression
Sinonimi
beauty
an area of outstanding natural beauty
, ,
attractiveness
Physical attractiveness can play a major part in how we react to people.
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loveliness
,
pleasantness
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tastefulness
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shapeliness
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comeliness
(verbo ) 
Definition
to decorate or make more attractive
the beautiful old Welsh dresser that graced this homely room
Sinonimi
adorn
Several oil paintings adorn the walls.
, ,
decorate
He decorated the box with glitter and ribbons.
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set off
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garnish
She had prepared the vegetables and was garnishing the roast.
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ornament
The Egyptians ornamented their mirrors with carved handles of ivory, gold, or wood.
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deck
The house was decked with flowers.
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embellish
The boat was embellished with red and blue carvings.
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bedeck
Flags bedeck the balcony.
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beautify
Claire worked to beautify the garden.
(verbo ) 
Definition
to honour or favour
He graced our ceremony with his distinguished presence.
Sinonimi
honour
The Romans honoured their ancestors with statues and processions.
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dignify
I see no point in dignifying this kind of speculation with a response.
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glorify
We are committed to serving the Lord and glorifying his name.
Contrari

Citazione

Some hae meat and canna eat,
Some wad eat that want it;
But we hae meat, and we can eat,
Sae let the Lord be thankit
[attributed to Robert BurnsThe Selkirk Grace]

sinonimi aggiuntivi

in the sense of approbation
Definition
approval
The result has not met with universal approbation.
in the sense of approval
an obsessive drive to win public approval
in the sense of attractiveness
Physical attractiveness can play a major part in how we react to people.
Sinonimi
seductiveness,
good looks,
loveliness,
prettiness,
gorgeousness,
handsomeness,
pulchritude (formal, literary),
winsomeness,
comeliness,
engagingness,
glamorousness or glamourousness,
likableness or likeableness,
prepossessingness,
takingness,
winningness

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