fluidity of movement
poetry in motion
good will
putting off/back
prayer of thanks
add distinction to
add dignity to
bestow honor on
add luster to
make lofty
add ornament to
deck (out)
set off
get up
do up
do out
1. a. : unmerited divine assistance given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification. b. : a virtue coming from God. c. : a state of sanctification enjoyed through divine assistance. 2. a. : approval, favor. stayed in his good graces. b. archaic : mercy, pardon. c. : a special favor : privilege.
Grace commonly refers to a smooth and pleasing way of moving, or a polite and thoughtful way of behaving. But when someone says they were late to the airport and only made it onto their plane by the grace of God, they're talking about grace in the context of God's favor.
Believing in grace, forgiveness and God’s ability to change lives doesn’t always seem to have a place in our day-to-day.
a : help or kindness that God gives or shows to people. Let us give thanks for God's grace. By the grace of God, no one was seriously hurt. People use the phrase (there) but for the grace of God (go I) to say that they could be in the same bad situation as someone else.
the quality of being pleasantly polite, or a willingness to be fair and honest: with good grace They accepted their defeat with good grace. graces [ plural ] us / ɡreɪsɪz / uk / ɡreɪsɪz /. ways of behaving that are considered polite and pleasant: social graces Ken is sadly lacking in social graces. See more.
Definition of grace noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.
grace. (greɪs ) Word forms: plural, 3rd person singular present tense graces , present participle gracing , past tense, past participle graced. 1. uncountable noun. If someone moves with grace, they move in a smooth, controlled, and attractive way. He moved with the grace of a trained boxer.