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grace

noun [U]     /ɡreɪs/
MOVEMENT
the quality of moving in a smooth, relaxed, and attractive way: She moved with grace and elegance.Beauty and attractiveness
POLITENESS
the quality of being pleasantly polite: He had the grace to apologize for his mistake the next day.Polite and respectfulPolite and respectful
with good grace
in a willing and happy way: He accepted the failure with good grace.Ready and willingUnwilling and reluctant
a month's/week's, etc grace
an extra month/week, etc you are given before something must be paid or doneSpecific periods of time
PRAYER
a prayer of thanks said before or after a meal: to say grace Religious practices
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