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Definition of "gracing" []

  • Present participle of grace. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gracing" in a sentence
  • "Aphrodite called Hierodouli (Strabo viii. 6), who aided the ten thousand courtesans in gracing the Venus-temple: from this excessive luxury arose the proverb popularised by Horace."
  • "You have been more than generous in gracing several of our meetings this year, and it is indeed an honour to present you as a member of the Empire Club family and to ask you to bring greetings on behalf of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II."
  • "You'd be hard pushed to find an MP who at some point hadn't made you drag out the 'Polly Conundrum', either whilst you were picking your chin up from the floor or scratching your head with that halibut expression gracing your featuresn perplexed over some bizarre utterance."