1. (Bhristian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who under such divine influence;
2. elegance and beauty of movement or expression
3. a sense of propriety and consideration for others
4. a disposition to kindness and compassion; benign good will;
5. a short prayer of thanks before a meal
6. (Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God;
1. make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.;
2. be beautiful to look at;
He might have had the grace to say he was sorry!
She is a beautiful girl with the grace and poise.
It was silly of Grace to take offence at our innocent remarks.
If you're wondering whether Grace will come to the party, I think the chances are against it.
I hope the grace of God would descend on me.
The chances are even that Grace will come to the party.
The leading dancer is the incarnation of grace.
There is strength as well as grace in her dancing.
Payment is due today, but I gave her a week's grace.
Brother Luke will say grace.
The good grace with which they face the latest privations makes the mind boggle.
Grace sighed so heavily that Trish could hear it in the next room.
Grace was too terrified to reply.
It was only by the grace of God that no one died.
She moves with feline grace.
Grace Robertson started as a photographer with Picture Post in 1947.
He gestures, gesticulates, and moves with the grace of a dancer.
He accepted the decision with good grace, and wished me the very best of luck.
Ageing's one saving grace is you worry less about what people think.
Many of us do stupid things in our youth, but we should have the good grace to admit them.
Grace broke off a large piece of the clay.
"You don't understand!" — "Oh, I think I do, Grace."
"Mum thinks I should stop imposing on your hospitality, Leo," said Grace.
Grace had dried her eyes. That boded well.
Laura glanced at Grace, expecting a cheeky riposte.
"Well done, Cassandra," Crook said. She blushed, but accepted the compliment with good grace.
"Come on, Grace," he was urging her, "don't wait, hurry up."
He moved with the grace of a trained boxer.
The Duchess should be addressed as Your Grace.
be in someone's good (或 bad) graces
be regarded by someone with favour (or disfavour)
there but for the grace of God (go I)
used to acknowledge one's good fortune in avoiding another's mistake or misfortune
the (There) Graces
(Greek Mythology)three beautiful goddesses （Aglaia, Thalia, and Euphrosyne）, daughters of Zeus. They were believed to personify and bestow charm, grace, and beauty
with good (或 bad) grace
in a willing and happy (or resentful and reluctant) manner
with good grace
In a willing manner.
in the bad graces of
Out of favor with.
in the good graces of
In favor with.
with bad grace
In a grudging manner.
grace সম্পর্কে তুলনামূলক কম তথ্য রয়েছে, আপনার মেজাজ শিথিল করার জন্য আপনি দ্বিভাষিক কাহিনী দেখতে পারেন, আমি আপনাকে একটি শুভ দিন কামনা করছি!
শব্দটি সি দিয়ে শুরু হয়
শব্দটি ই দিয়ে শুরু হয়
শব্দটি কে দিয়ে শুরু হয়