- n. A female given name.
- From the noun grace, first used by Puritans in the 16th century. In Roman Catholic use it may refer to Our Lady of Graces, cognate with Italian Grazia. (Wiktionary)
“Yeah, I was going to say, I wouldn't call it patience as much as obsessive compulsive that lead me to the pack, I am glad I found it but to lose it twice......oh well, they say patience to see if I can get a contact there is a virtue and virtue is a grace, and Grace is a naught girl who wouldn't wash her face!”
“There Dallas had first staggered across the floor shouting Dad, while May and the nurse laughed behind the door; there their second child, Mary (who was so like her mother), had announced her engagement to the dullest and most reliable of Reggie Chiverss many sons; and there Archer had kissed her through her wedding veil before they went down to the motor which was to carry them to Grace Churchfor in a world where all else had reeled on its foundations the Grace Church wedding remained an unchanged institution.”
“He’s sitting in my subconscious at the head of a table full of trussed up friends and family, asking me if I want to say grace before we eat Grace, and laughing at his own jokes alone.”
“This Grace is an exaggerated aptitude for something, such as cooking, or horse training, or hand-to-hand fighting.”
“And any action film that replaces the role of Schwarzenegger with Adrian Brody and Topher Grace is also something I find very “interesting.””
“It was stunning, and it was what I call Grace -- just a moment given to a human being that lets them know there is something more than just them.”
“I have been at dinners in Wesleyan quarters like St. John's Wood where heads of families have mumbled what they call Grace or”
“I am obliged always to use the English word 'Grace' in two senses, but remember that the Greek [Greek: charis] includes them both (the bestowing, that is to say, of Beauty and Mercy); and especially it includes these in the passage of Pindar's first ode, which gives us the key to the right interpretation of the power of sculpture in Greece.”
“I am obliged always to use the English word "Grace" in two senses, but remember that the Greek [Greek: charis] includes them both (the bestowing, that is to say of Beauty and Mercy); and especially it includes these in the passage of Pindar's first ode, which gives us the key to the right interpretation of the power of sculpture in Greece.”
“Zach must determine if Grace is mentally competent to stand trial ... but Grace wants nothing to do with the youngster.”
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