A characteristic or quality pleasing for its charm or refinement.(noun)
A sense of fitness or propriety.(noun)
A disposition to be generous or helpful; goodwill.(noun)
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Use "grace" in a sentence
"He could do the butchering of a hog with the best of grace, and had killed, first and last, so many, that I imagine he could tell the number of squeals, or wrigglings of the porcine tail it took to terminate the life of the animal, after he had given it the _coup de grace_."
"It is not a practiced, educated grace, but the unbought grace of his genius, uttering itself in its beauty and grandeur in the movements of the outward man."
"And grace to anfwer grace* v. But let us haften to the day H y Ki N. s« 229"