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noun [U] (BEAUTY)   /ɡreɪs/
simple beauty of movement or form: The skaters moved over the ice with effortless grace. graceful    /ˈɡreɪs·fəl/ adjective The dancers formed graceful, whirling combinations. gracefully    /ˈɡreɪs·fə·li/ adverb He gracefully skis down the slopes.
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