飾る, 飾り付ける優雅, 優美, 風雅, 雅致, 風流, 恩寵, 恩恵, 端麗, 典雅, シャルム
Noun(1) (Christian theology(2) elegance and beauty of movement or expression(3) a sense of propriety and consideration for others(4) a disposition to kindness and compassion(5) a period of time past the deadline for fulfilling an obligation during which a penalty that would be imposed for being late is waived, especially an extended period granted as a special favor(6) (Greek mythology(7) a short prayer of thanks before a meal
Verb(1) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.(2) be beautiful to look at
(1) The battlecruisers' movements lost their grace , and they fired with far less precision.(2) The loans were provided at favourable terms, and a period of grace for their repayment was sometimes granted, with significantly low interest rates.(3) she had deigned to grace the city of New York with her presence(4) A special table will grace the Great Chamber of a historic house in York in memory of one of its volunteers.(5) They know that they stand accepted by God, forgiven and adopted into God's family, solely on the basis of God's free grace .(6) It is fitting that the second half of the top ten best performances of 2003 should include one of the finest Sligo bands ever to grace a stage.(7) Not only does God give us wisdom and His grace , we are blessed with His qualities, which is to be Christ-like.(8) We all know that Paul's letters emphasise salvation by grace through faith.(9) In a general sense this miracle speaks to us about the dawn of the gospel of grace through Jesus Christ.(10) However, to avoid a potentially chaotic situation, a 6-month grace period is provided before any regulations may be made invalid.(11) It is faith in Jesus Christ, whose righteousness has been imputed to us by the free grace of God.(12) The rhythm of his run, the accuracy of the plant and the ease and effortless grace with which he flipped over the cross bar provided a fascinating spectacle.(13) I do the first couple of movements with grace and ease├ö├ç┬¬ but then I forget.(14) For John, mystical theology is a gift of grace by which a prayerful person stands before and has some kind of experience of the presence of God.(15) All the guests were models of decorum, grace and manners and I didn't know if I would get used to such good behaviour.(16) He is the most gorgeous man to ever grace the planet, plain and simple.
1. elegance ::
2. courtesy ::
3. favor ::
4. deferment ::
5. blessing ::
6. saving grace ::
7. goodwill ::
10. dignify ::
11. adorn ::
12. beautify ::
Different Formsgrace, graced, graces, gracing
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