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She moved with natural grace.
She captures the character’s essential gentleness and grace.
He should have the grace to admit he was wrong.
Davis accepted the defeat with good grace.
She responded with an ill grace to our appeal for help.
It was only by God’s grace that we were saved.
Eric, would you like to say grace?
Could you give me a couple of days’ grace to pay the rent?
Johnson appears to be back in the president’s good graces.
This is the American English definition of grace. View British English definition of grace.
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