grace

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
zarafet

Yoko bizi şaşırtan bir zarafetle dans etti. - Yoko danced with a grace that surprised us.

Zarafeti olmayan güzellik kokusu olmayan bir gül gibidir. - Beauty without grace is like a rose without a scent.

lütuf

O yemeden önce lütuf dedi. - He said grace before eating.

{i} incelik

Laura incelikle dans etti. - Laura danced gracefully.

Yusufçuk incelikle suyun üzerinden geçti. - The dragonfly gracefully passed over the water.

nezaket
şükran duası
şeref vermek
donatmak
mağfiret
süslemek
mühlet
{f} süsle
kayra
şereflendirmek
{i} zerafet

Onun bile özür dileme zerafeti yok. - He did not even have the grace to apologize.

O, hepimizi şaşırtan bir zerafetle dans etti. - She danced with a grace that surprised us all.

süre
güzellik

Zarafeti olmayan güzellik kokusu olmayan bir gül gibidir. - Beauty without grace is like a rose without a scent.

bezemek
teşrif etmek
Hristiyanlık (yemekten önce veya sonra söylenen) şükran duası
ertelenme süresi: "İ'll give you a week's grace. - Sana bir haftalık mühlet vereceğim."
şereflendirmek, onurlandırmak
(Allaha özgü) inayet
{i} kanuni süre
{i} istek
{i} heves
{i} erdem
{i} saygınlık
{i} süsleme [müz.]
{i} görgü
Iütuf
{f} lütfetmek
şükran duası mühlet
{i} ertelenme süresi: I'll
müsaade asıl melodiye ilave edilen ve ufak olarak yazılan notalar
gufran
{i} (Hristiyanlık) (yemekten önce/sonra söylenen) şükran duası
{f} onur vermek
tezyin etmek
şeref
ertelenme süresi
süsleme
teşrifde
merhamet
letafet
graceful
{s} zarif

Araç durumu Rus dilinin en zarif yönlerinden biridir. - The instrumental case is one of the most graceful aspects of the Russian language.

Foklar karada sakar ve hantal, suda ise çok zariftir. - Seals are clumsy and ponderous on land, but very graceful in the water.

grace period
(Ticaret) atıfet günleri
grace period
(Ticaret) bağışlama günleri
grace period
(Ticaret) (kredi vb) ödemesiz dönem
grace period
(Askeri) borç ödemesiz ön süre
grace cup
son içki ve kadehi
grace note
ilave nota
grace note
süsleme [müz.]
grace period
(Avrupa Birliği) ödemesiz dönem
inner grace
Allah vergisi
graceful
latif
gracefully
incelikle

Latinler başkalarına el pençe divan dururken, kendilerini incelikle tanıtamaz! - Latinos can't promote themselves gracefully, kowtowing to others!

Laura incelikle dans etti. - Laura danced gracefully.

god's mercy and grace
rahmet
graceful
dal gibi
graceful
endamlı
graceful
yosma
gracefulness
nezaket
graceless
çirkin
act of grace
genel af
coup de grace
ölüm acısına son veren darbe
days of grace
ödeme mühleti
days of grace
ödeme süresi
graceful
nazik
graceful
güzel

Buz pateni zarif ve güzel olabilir. - Ice skating can be graceful and beautiful.

O güzel ve ayrıca çok zarif. - She is beautiful, and what is more, very graceful.

graceful
çekici
graceful
hoş
gracefulness
incelik
graceless
görgüsüz
graceless
göze batan
gracelessness
nahoşluk
gracelessness
zarafet yoksunluğu
have the grace to
lütfetmek
graceful
{s} ince

Yusufçuk incelikle suyun üzerinden geçti. - The dragonfly gracefully passed over the water.

Laura incelikle dans etti. - Laura danced gracefully.

by the grace of god
Tanrının lütfuyla, Tanrının yardımıyla
days of grace
Miladı gün
divine grace
(Din) Allahın inayeti, ilahî inayet
fall out of grace
(deyim) Gözden düşmek
god's grace
(Din) Kayra
gracelessness
nahosluk
his grace
Onun lütfunu
saving grace
(deyim) Mazeret, mâzur görülecek yan
saving grace
(deyim) Bir insanın kendini bağışlattıran yani
your grace
Gözünden
act of grace
bağışlama
act of grace
af
by the grace of god
tanrının yardımıyla
coup de grace
öldürücü darbe
coup de grace
son darbe
fall from grace
suç işlemek
fall from grace
itibarını yitirmek
graceful
incelik

Laura incelikle dans etti. - Laura danced gracefully.

Latinler başkalarına el pençe divan dururken, kendilerini incelikle tanıtamaz! - Latinos can't promote themselves gracefully, kowtowing to others!

graceful
nezaket
graceful
{s} vakur
graceful
{s} ağırbaşlı
graceful
gracefully zarafetle
graceful
incelikle

Laura incelikle dans etti. - Laura danced gracefully.

Yusufçuk incelikle suyun üzerinden geçti. - The dragonfly gracefully passed over the water.

gracefully
zarafetle
gracefulness
zarafet
graceless
hayâsızlık
graceless
{s} terbiyesiz
graceless
nahoş/nezaketsiz
graceless
gracelessness zarafet yoksunluğu
graceless
{s} nahoş
graceless
{s} kaba
graceless
hayasızca
graceless
{s} zarafetten yoksun
graceless
gracelessly zarafetten yoksun olarak
gracelessly
çirkin bir şekilde
gracelessly
nezaketsizce
gracelessness
nezaketsizlik
graces
güzellik tanrıça
graces
şeref ver/süsle
lapse from grace
saygınlığını yitirmek
lapse from grace
itibarını yitirmek
saving grace
(deyim) bir insanin kendini bagislattiran yani
year of grace
(Ticaret) kredi ödemesiz sene
year of grace
miladi yıl
year of grace
bağış yılı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A female given name

Had I given birth to a daughter of my own, I'd like to have called her Grace, a classic and poetic name, one that illuminates a person of dignity and poise.

Short prayer of thanks before or after a meal

For examples of the use of this sense see: citations.

Elegant movement; poise or balance
Divine assistance in resisting sin
To alight, to land, to appear

He graced the room with his presence.

Free and undeserved favour, especially of God. Unmerited divine assistance given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification
An allowance of time granted for a debtor during which he is free of at least part of his normal obligations towards the creditor

The repayment of the loan starts after a three years' grace (period).

{v} to favor, adorn, dignify, exalt, raise
{n} favor, privilege, virtue, ornament, a title, the act of craving a blessing on our meat
{i} female first name
from the noun grace
{i} Your Excellency (title used to address a duke, duchess, archbishop, etc.)
If you say that something graces a place or a person, you mean that it makes them more attractive. He went to the beautiful old Welsh dresser that graced this homely room Her shoulders were graced with mink and her fingers sparkled with diamonds
Grace is used in expressions such as a day's grace and a month's grace to say that you are allowed that amount of extra time before you have to finish something. She wanted a couple of days' grace to get the maisonette cleaned before she moved in We have only a few hours' grace before the soldiers come
{i} beauty; kindness; good will; mercy; reprieve, pardon; prayer, blessing (said in thanks for food before or after a meal)
If you do something unpleasant with good grace or with a good grace, you do it cheerfully and without complaining. If you do something with bad grace or with a bad grace, you do it unwillingly and without enthusiasm. He accepted the decision with good grace, and wished me the very best of luck With appallingly bad grace I packed up and we drove north. One of a group of Greek goddesses who personified charm and beauty. Originally fertility goddesses, they were frequently associated with Aphrodite. Their number varied in different legends, but often there were three. They were sometimes said to be the daughters of Zeus and Hera and sometimes of Helios and Aegle, daughter of Zeus. In Christian theology, the unmerited gift of divine favour, which brings about the salvation of a sinner. The concept of grace has given rise to theological debate over the nature of human depravity and the extent to which individuals may contribute to their own salvation through free will. Though in principle the ideas of merit and grace are mutually exclusive, the question of whether grace may be given as a reward for good works or for faith alone was important in the Protestant Reformation. There has also been controversy over the means of grace: Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and some Protestants believe that it is conferred through the sacraments, while some other Protestants (e.g., Baptists) hold that participation in grace results from personal faith alone. See also justification; original sin. Abbott Grace Grace Stansfield Grace William Gilbert Hopper Grace Murray Grace Brewster Murray Kelly Grace Princess Grace of Monaco Paley Grace Grace Goodside Pilgrimage of Grace
The unmerited act of kindness of God toward His creation
The same prerogative when exercised in the form of equitable relief through chancery
God’s unmerited love and favor toward sinners, the divine gift that brings about contrition, penitence, repentance, and the works of obedience in response to forgiveness
If someone behaves with grace, they behave in a pleasant, polite, and dignified way, even when they are upset or being treated unfairly. The new King seemed to be carrying out his duties with grace and due decorum
The sister Graces The Romans said there were three sister Graces, bosom friends of the Muses They are represented as embracing each other, to show that where one is the other is welcome Their names are Agloea, Thalia, and Euphrosyne
Fortune; luck; used commonly with hard or sorry when it means misfortune
The divine favor toward man; the mercy of God, as distinguished from His justice; also, any benefits His mercy imparts; divine love or pardon; a state of acceptance with God; enjoyment of the divine favor
In Christianity and some other religions, grace is the kindness that God shows to people because he loves them. It was only by the grace of God that no one died
(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God; "God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners"; "there but for the grace of God go I"
A petition for grace; a blessing asked, or thanks rendered, before or after a meal
unearned favor, especially from a divine source In the Christian tradition, the gospel is God's grace as made present to humankind in the person of Jesus Christ
To adorn; to decorate; to embellish and dignify
To dignify or raise by an act of favor; to honor
a disposition to kindness and compassion; benign good will; "the victor's grace in treating the vanquished" (Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God; "God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners"; "there but for the grace of God go I" elegance and beauty of movement or expression a short prayer of thanks before a meal (Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors (Bhristian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who under such divine influence; "the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin"; "it was debated whether saving grace could be obtained outside the membershipof the church"; "the Virgin lived in a state of grace
When someone says grace before or after a meal, they say a prayer in which they thank God for the food and ask Him to bless it. Leo, will you say grace?
Graceful and beautiful females, sister goddesses, represented by ancient writers as the attendants sometimes of Apollo but oftener of Venus
You use expressions such as Your Grace and His Grace when you are addressing or referring to a duke, duchess, or archbishop. Your Grace, I have a great favour to ask of you. see also coup de grace, saving grace
The completely free and unobligated love and favor of God toward us our condition when God is acting within us Unmerited favor by God
Unmerited good will or favor ( SEE: Saving Grace, Redemptive Grace, Efficacious Grace, Common Grace, Prevenient Grace, Irresistible Grace, Universal Grace, Actual Grace )
Thanks
When used as Your Grace, a form of address for a Duke or Duchess
To add grace notes, cadenzas, etc
An undeserved gift or favor; the undeserved attention, forgiveness, kindness and mercy that God gives
a sense of propriety and consideration for others
The graces are the ways of behaving and doing things which are considered polite and well-mannered. She didn't fit in and she had few social graces
They were commonly mentioned as three in number; namely, Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia, and were regarded as the inspirers of the qualities which give attractiveness to wisdom, love, and social intercourse
{f} honor, favor; embellish, adorn; endow, grant
(Bhristian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who under such divine influence; "the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin"; "it was debated whether saving grace could be obtained outside the membership of the church"; "the Virgin lived in a state of grace"
approval If someone has the good grace to do something, they are polite enough or honest enough to do it. He did not even have the grace to apologise Many of us do stupid things in our youth, but we should have the good grace to admit them
Inherent excellence; any endowment or characteristic fitted to win favor or confer pleasure or benefit
If someone moves with grace, they move in a smooth, controlled, and attractive way. He moved with the grace of a trained boxer
elegance and beauty of movement or expression
Period of time during which a borrower is not required to begin repayment Grace periods are loan specific, meaning a) the length of the grace period varies by loan type and b) once used in their entirety, the borrower may not use the grace period again for that particular loan Borrowers do not have to apply for grace
God's free, undeserved and unmerited mercy towards us The N T concept of grace is a beautiful expression describing the heart of God reaching out to bless us when we are totally undeserving of His love and provision How very sad when this grace is met by rejection or rebellion by people How beautiful when grace is received with faith and appreciation
Grace can be defined as unmerited favor Though we may not deserve God's care or salvation, He still provides with His grace, His unmerited favor, no matter who we are or what we have done We are provided this unmerited favor to bring us to the place of salvation, to open us for salvation, and to keep us through the salvation we received Grace is far reaching and should be taken advantage of
be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
Grace is unmerited favor It is God's free action for the benefit of His people It is different than Justice and Mercy Justice is getting what we deserve Mercy is not getting what we deserve Grace is getting what we do not deserve In grace we get eternal life, something that, quite obviously, we do not deserve But because of God's love and kindness manifested in Jesus on the Cross, we receive the great blessing of redemption Grace is God's Riches At Christ's Expense Grace rules out all human merit It is the product of God that is given by God, because of who He is not because of who we are It is the means of our salvation (Eph 2: 8-9) We are no longer under the Law, but under grace (Rom 6: 14) (See 1 Cor 15: 11; Rom 5: 2, 15-20; 2 Cor 12: 9; and 2 Cor 9: 8)
God giving me what I don't deserve examples 1)Salvation 2)His daily care, strength 3)Special strenght to handle difficult problems
To supply with heavenly grace
The prerogative of mercy execised by the executive, as pardon
Beauty, physical, intellectual, or moral; loveliness; commonly, easy elegance of manners; perfection of form
Mormon: The power God gives people to save themselves, conditional on their earning it by doing all they can do on their own "This grace is an enabling power that allows men and women to lay hold on eternal life and exaltation after they have expended their own best efforts" (LDS Bible Dictionary, p 697) "We know that it is by grace that we are saved, after all we can do" (2 Nephi 25: 23) This grace does not directly provide them with eternal life, but rather with the power to make up the difference between "all they can do" and perfection Christian: The unconditional, free gift of eternal life given us through faith in Jesus' saving work Ephesians 2: 8-9: For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith-and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God- 9 not by works, so that no one can boast
make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc ; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
By definition, grace is "a manifestation of favor, especially by a superior " In a Christian setting, this refers to God's showing favor by offering a way to escape the wages of our sin - death
a disposition to kindness and compassion; benign good will; "the victor's grace in treating the vanquished"
Ornamental notes or short passages, either introduced by the performer, or indicated by the composer, in which case the notation signs are called grace notes, appeggiaturas, turns, etc
An undeserved (and in fact un-earnable) gift (64): Graciousness or favor Grace of God is that event by which God accepts those who are unacceptable
The title of a duke, a duchess, or an archbishop, and formerly of the king of England
(Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment)--joint US/German Earth-orbiting mission, with launch planned for November 2001 The mission's two spacecraft will fly in tandem to precisely measure Earth's gravitational field and enable a better understanding of ocean surface currents and ocean heat transport
the gift of God inhering in the soul, by which men are enabled to perform righteous acts
If someone falls from grace, they suddenly stop being successful or popular. All went well at first, and I was in high favour; but presently I fell from grace
elegance and beauty of movement or expression a short prayer of thanks before a meal (Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors (Bhristian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who under such divine influence; "the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin"; "it was debated whether saving grace could be obtained outside the membershipof the church"; "the Virgin lived in a state of grace
a short prayer of thanks before a meal
With reference to God, this is His undeserved love and favour shown to humanity It is Divine love in action Grace is also the name given to the prayer of thanks given before or after a meal
grace and favour
Owned by the sovereign or government and granted free of rent to a person as an expression of gratitude or obligation
grace note
Concerns of secondary importance to that which is of primary concern

In planning a banquet, one might consider the decision of the color of napkins to be used to be a grace note in relation to deciding the courses that would be offered on the menu.

grace note
A musical note written in smaller print, with or without a slash through it, to indicate that its note value does not count as part of the total time value of the measure
grace notes
plural form of grace note A group of notes that enhance the melody
grace period
A length of time during which rules or penalties do not take effect or are withheld

The fees begin to accrue after a one-month grace period.

Grace Abbott
born Nov. 17, 1878, Grand Island, Neb., U.S. died June 19, 1939, Chicago, Ill. U.S. social worker, public administrator, educator, and reformer. She graduated from Grand Island College and did graduate work at the University of Nebraska and the University of Chicago, receiving a Ph.D. in political science in 1909. In 1908 she began working at Jane Addams's Hull House in Chicago, where she cofounded the Immigrants' Protective League. As director of the U.S. Children's Bureau (1921-34), she fought to end child labour through legislation and restrictions on federal contracts. She worked to win public approval of a constitutional amendment prohibiting child labour; though submitted to the states in 1924, the amendment was never ratified. Her best-known book is The Child and the State (2 vol., 1938)
Grace Darling
a British woman whose father was in charge of a lighthouse (=a tower with a flashing light that guides ships away from dangerous rocks) , and who is famous for bravely rowing out to sea in a little boat during a storm to save nine people whose boat had sunk (1815-42)
Grace Kelly
a US film actress who was famous for her beauty, and who appeared in such films as High Noon (1952) and High Society (1956). She became Princess Grace of Monaco when she married Prince Rainier in 1956 (1928-82). later Princess Grace of Monaco born Nov. 12, 1929, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. died Sept. 14, 1982, Monte Carlo, Monaco U.S. film actress. She studied acting and made her Broadway debut in 1949. Her movie debut came in Fourteen Hours (1951). She gained critical and popular praise with her performances in High Noon (1952), Mogambo (1953), and The Country Girl (1954, Academy Award). Alfred Hitchcock saw "sexual elegance" in her and put her in three of his films Dial M for Murder (1954), Rear Window (1954), and To Catch a Thief (1955). She made her last movie, High Society (1956), before marrying Prince Rainier III of Monaco. She died in a car accident after suffering a stroke on a winding mountain road in the Côte d'Azur
Grace Kelly
{i} Princess Grace (1928-1982), USA movie actress who in 1956 abandoned her acting career to marry Rainier III who was the Prince of Monaco (she was killed in a 1982 car accident in Monaco while driving with her daughter Stephanie)
Grace Murray Hopper
orig. Grace Brewster Murray born Dec. 9, 1906, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 1, 1992, Arlington, Va. U.S. mathematician and rear admiral. She received a Ph.D. from Yale University in 1934 and taught at Vassar College in 1931-44. As a U.S. Navy officer (1943-86), she worked on Harvard's Mark I (1944) and Mark II (1945) computers, and in 1949 she helped design an improved compiler for translating a programmer's instructions into computer codes. She helped devise UNIVAC I, the first U.S. commercial electronic computer (1951), and wrote naval applications for COBOL. She received the National Medal of Technology in 1991
Grace Paley
orig. Grace Goodside born Dec. 11, 1922, New York, N.Y., U.S. U.S. short-story writer and poet. Paley's first languages were Russian and Yiddish, a circumstance that may have some bearing on her ability to vividly reproduce in her fiction a variety of accents and speech mannerisms. She was active in the opposition to the Vietnam War in the 1960s and continued her political activism after the war ended. Her stories, compassionate and often comic explorations of family and neighbourhood life and of individuals struggling against loneliness, are collected in The Little Disturbances of Man (1959), Enormous Changes at the Last Minute (1974), and Later the Same Day (1985). Her poetry appears in Leaning Forward (1985) and Begin Again (1992)
Grace Slick
(born 1939 as Grace Barnett Wing) lead singer of several psychedelic rock bands during the 1960s (including "Jefferson Airplane")
grace cup
cup to be passed around for the final toast after a meal
grace note
A musical note, especially an appoggiatura, that is added as an embellishment, and is printed in small type and not counted in rhythm
grace note
an embellishing note usually written in smaller size
grace of god
(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God; "God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners"; "there but for the grace of God go I"
grace period
A short time period after graduation during which the borrower is not required to begin regular repayment of their student loan The typical grace period is six or nine months depending on the type of loan program
grace period
A short time period after graduation during which the borrower is not required to begin repaying his or her student loans The grace period may also kick in if the borrower leaves school for a reason other than graduation or drops below half-time enrollment Depending on the type of loan, you will have a grace period of six months (Stafford Loans) or nine months (Perkins Loans) before you must start making payments on your student loans The PLUS Loans do not have a grace period
grace period
The period at the beginning of the term of a loan during which no amortisation payments are required
grace period
>> A period of time past the due date for a payment during which a payment may be made and not considered delinquent and no late penalty will be charged
grace period
A specified period after a premium payment is due, in which the policyholder may make such payment, and during which the protection of the policy continues
grace period
If you have a credit card, the period of time the issuer doesn't charge interest on purchases Be sure to read the fine print; Some credit card issuers give a grace period only if the account is paid up and doesn't have a balance carried over from the previous month
grace period
Period of time during which a loan payment may be made after its due date without incurring a late penalty The grace period is specified as part of the terms of the loan in the Note
grace period
The period after the payment due date during which the borrower can pay without being hit for late fees
grace period
A period of time after the payment due date during which a penalty for late payment is not assessed
grace period
A period of time following the student's graduation during which the borrower is not required to begin repaying his or her student loans The grace period may also begin if the student leaves school for a reason other than graduation or drops below half-time enrollment Depending on the type of loan, grace periods are usually six months (Stafford Loans) or nine months (Perkins Loans)
grace period
Period of time during which a loan payment may be made after its due date without incurring a late penalty
grace period
period of time in which the performance of a functionary is not evaluated, temporary immunity; extension of deadline to meet an obligation
grace period
Period of time that begins when a loan recipient ceases to be at least half-time and ends when the repayment period starts Loan principal need not be paid, and generally, interest does not accrue during this period
grace period
A period of 30 days after the due date, during which a premium may be paid without penalty and keep the policy from lapsing
grace period
A period of time after a premium due date, usually 30 or 31 days, during which an insurance policy remains in force and the overdue premium may be paid without penalty
grace period
A period after the premium due date, during which an overdue premium may be paid without penalty The policy remains in force throughout this period
grace period
The period between the time a borrower leaves school or drops below half-time status and the time he/she is obligated to begin repaying his/her loan(s) The grace period is usually six or nine months, depending on the type of loan
grace period
An amount of time allowed before principal repayment of a loan must begin after a student graduates, leaves school or drops below half-time status No payments on your student loans are required during this time Details of your grace period are specified in your promissory note and are not available for all loans Grants: A form of financial aid, similar to scholarships, that do not have to be repaid Gross Income: Your income before taxes and deductions Guarantee/Insurance Fee: A sum charged by the guaranty agency to insure a loan The guarantee fee (sometimes called an insurance fee) is deducted from the principal amount of your loan and paid by your lender to the guaranty agency Guaranty Agency: A state or non-profit organization, which has an agreement with the Secretary of Education under the Higher Education Act to insure student loans made by lenders
grace period
The period of time that begins when a loan recipient ceases to be at least half-time and ends when the repayment period begins During the grace period interest does not accrue on the loan In addition, no principal payments on the loan principal are required during the grace period
grace period
Period of time after the due date of a premium during which the policy remains in force without penalty
grace period
Specified period of time after the borrower graduates or leaves school during which he or she isn't required to make principal payments
grace period
The period of time, generally 20 to 25 days, from the billing date of your last credit card bill to the due date of your current bill, when you can pay in full without being charged interest Some cards do not offer a grace period Others only have a grace period if there was no outstanding balance on the account at the start of the billing cycle Generally, there is no grace period for cash advances
grace period
The period of time following the premium due date (after the first due date) during which the insurance remains at full benefit and payment of the premium may be made
grace period
A period (usually 30 or 31 days) following each insurance premium due date, other than the first due date, during which an overdue premium may be paid All provisions of the policy remain in force throughout this period
grace period
A period (usually 31 days) after the premium due date, during which an overdue premium may be paid without penalty The policy remains in force throughout this period
grace period
The 31-day period immediately following the due date of all premiums except the first The policy will continue in force during the grace period If a premium is not paid by the end of its grace period, all coverage will end as of the premium due date
but for the grace of God
Were it not for God's help, someone could have suffered that outcome
by the Grace of God
By divine right
coup de grâce
A final blow or shot given to kill a wounded person or animal
expectative grace
A mandate (given by the Pope or king) that confers the expectation of succession to a benefice
fall from grace
to lose God's favour through sins or wrongdoings
fall from grace
to fall from one's current social position to something lower, to lose one's prestige, status and power
free grace
the concept of grace as a gift given freely by God, without regard to entitlement or merit

Justification is an act of God's free grace wherein he pardoneth all our sins. (the Westminster shorter catechism of 1647, question 33).

prevenient grace
An Arminian doctrine distinctive to Methodism and the broader Wesleyan movement. It holds that man is so fallen that he is utterly incapable of perceiving the need for salvation, but God, in His infinite wisdom, has preveniently extended to humankind sufficient grace that we can, through free will, willingly accept salvation
saving grace
A redeeming quality or factor

He had one saving grace: good manners.

say grace
To recite a prayer of invocation or thanksgiving at meal time
social grace
The ability to fit into polite society and behave properly and with etiquette

His lack of social grace made him anathema at fine dining situations.

social grace
A skill for dealing with people and society

His lack of mastery of the social graces made it obvious he was not raised in fine society.

there but for the grace of God go I
Man's fate is in God's hands
there but for the grace of God go I
A recognition that others' misfortune could be one's own, if it weren't for the blessing/kindness/luck bestowed by fate or the Divine
there but for the grace of God go I
More generally, our fate is not entirely in our own hands
your grace
you
graceless
ungracious
graceful
If a person's behaviour is graceful, it is polite, kind, and pleasant, especially in a difficult situation. Aubrey could think of no graceful way to escape Corbet's company He was charming, cheerful, and graceful under pressure. + gracefully grace·ful·ly We managed to decline gracefully
graced
{a} favored, adorned, dignified, chaste
graceful
{a} comely, beautiful, striking, pleasing
gracefully
{a} in a graceful or comely manner
gracefulness
{n} comeliness, elegance, dignity
graceless
{a} void of grace, abandoned, wicked
divine grace
(Din) In Christianity, divine grace refers to the sovereign favour of God for humankind — especially in regard to salvation — irrespective of actions ("deeds"), earned worth, or proven goodness
fall from grace
(deyim) Fall out of favor, lose popularity, lose favor, fall from a position of high respectfulness and esteem
saving grace
(deyim) A single good attribute; a redeeming quality

Felicity is not very attractive but her intelligence and wit are her saving grace.

Amazing Grace
a hymn (=a song of praise to God) that is popular in the US and in the UK
Graces
{i} (Greek Mythology) the Three Graces, the Charites, three sisters and goddesses of beauty and charm and joy who were the beautiful daughters of Zeus (Aglaia, Euphrosyne and Thalia)
Graces
Three sister goddesses in Greek mythology
Graces
in Greek and Roman mythology, the three goddesses of charm and beauty who are often shown in art
Pilgrimage of Grace
(1536) Uprising in the northern counties of England against the Reformation legislation of Henry VIII. Royal mandates to dissolve the monasteries in the north triggered riots in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, where 30,000 armed rebels under Robert Aske occupied York, demanding a return to papal obedience and a parliament free from royal influence. Playing for time to assemble enough royal forces to oust the rebels, the 3rd duke of Norfolk made vague promises, and the rebels dispersed, believing they had won, only to be arrested later; about 220 were executed, including Aske
Princess Grace
{i} Grace Kelly (1928-1982), USA movie actress who in 1956 abandoned her acting career to marry Rainier III who was the Prince of Monaco (she was killed in a 1982 car accident in Monaco while driving with her daughter Stephanie)
W G Grace
born July 18, 1848, Downend, Gloucestershire, Eng. died Oct. 23, 1915, London Greatest cricketer in Victorian England. Although he practiced medicine, cricket was his first love. Grace evolved the modern principles of batting and achieved many notable performances on rough and unpredictable wickets such as are unknown to modern players. In his career in first-class cricket (1865-1908), Grace scored 54,896 runs, registered 126 centuries (100 runs in a single innings), and, as a bowler, took 2,876 wickets. In 84 matches for Gentlemen versus Players, he amassed 6,000 runs and took 271 wickets. In 1880 he was on the English team that played the first Test match against Australia in England
W.G. Grace
an English cricket player who many people think was the greatest player of the 19th century. He was a very tall, large man with a long thick beard (1848-1915)
William Gilbert Grace
born July 18, 1848, Downend, Gloucestershire, Eng. died Oct. 23, 1915, London Greatest cricketer in Victorian England. Although he practiced medicine, cricket was his first love. Grace evolved the modern principles of batting and achieved many notable performances on rough and unpredictable wickets such as are unknown to modern players. In his career in first-class cricket (1865-1908), Grace scored 54,896 runs, registered 126 centuries (100 runs in a single innings), and, as a bowler, took 2,876 wickets. In 84 matches for Gentlemen versus Players, he amassed 6,000 runs and took 271 wickets. In 1880 he was on the English team that played the first Test match against Australia in England
Your Grace
title used when addressing a nobleman or person of high rank (such as a duke, duchess or archbishop)
act of grace
kind act, act of charity, good deed
by the grace of God
thanks to God's favor and good will
common grace
The grace of God given to the creation as a whole God still allows the sun to shine upon the unsaved He feeds them, allows them to work, and have joy It is common grace that "restrains" the wrath of God until a later time It is in special grace that salvation is given to the Christians
coup de grace
(Pronounced "koo day GRAH ") A miscellaneous, full-round action that allows an attacker to attempt a killing blow against a helpless opponent A coup de grace can be administered with a melee weapon if no more than a 5-foot step is required to do so, or with a bow or crossbow if the attacker is adjacent to the opponent An attacker delivering a coup de grace automatically scores a critical hit, after which the defender must make a successful Fortitude save (DC 10+damage inflicted) or die Rogues also gain their extra sneak attack damage for this attack Delivering a coup de grace provokes attacks of opportunity from threatening foes A coup de grace is not possible against a creature immune to critical hits
coup de grace
A coup de grace is an action or event which finally destroys something, for example an institution, which has been gradually growing weaker. Irving Kristol delivered the coup de grace in a letter dated June 12: they had decided to reject the proposal. = death blow
coup de grace
the blow that kills (usually mercifully)
coup de grace
merciful strike intended to end one's suffering; deathblow intended to end one who is mortally wounded; conclusive finishing act, decisive ending blow
days of grace
Extra days, usually three, allowed for payment of a note or bill after it has come due
days of grace
period in which nobody judges the job performance of a person in a new position; additional extension given for the execution of an obligation
de bonne grace
graciously (French)
dinner without grace
{i} term for sexual relations before marriage
fall from grace
{f} lose popularity, lose favor
fall from grace
revert back to bad behavior after a period of good behavior; "The children fell from grace when they asked for several helpings of dessert
fallen from grace
fell out of favor, lost favor
fell from grace
lose favor; go back into sin
graced
Endowed with grace; beautiful; full of graces; honorable
graced
past of grace
graceful
Something that is graceful is attractive because it has a pleasing shape or style. His handwriting, from earliest young manhood, was flowing and graceful. + gracefully grace·ful·ly She loved the gracefully high ceiling, with its white-painted cornice
graceful
Displaying grace or beauty in form or action; elegant; easy; agreeable in appearance; as, a graceful walk, deportment, speaker, air, act, speech
graceful
Someone or something that is graceful moves in a smooth and controlled way which is attractive to watch. His movements were so graceful they seemed effortless. graceful ballerinas. + gracefully grace·ful·ly She stepped gracefully onto the stage
graceful
characterized by beauty of movement, style, form etc ; not awkward
graceful
Describes a wine that is harmonious and pleasing in a subtle way See ELEGANT
graceful
characterized by beauty of movement, style, form etc
graceful
DEGRADATION "Graceful Degradation" is when you put in elements designed to take advantage of the most current features of newer browsers, you should do it in a way that older browsers, and browsers that let users disable particular features, can "step down" to a method that still permits access to the basic content of a Web site
graceful
not awkward
graceful
Describes a wine that is harmonious and pleasing in a subtle way
graceful
suggesting taste, ease, and wealth
graceful
{s} elegant and beautiful (movement, manner, speech, etc.)
graceful
having or showing grace in movement, shape, or proportion
gracefully
In a graceful manner
gracefully
with elegance and beauty
gracefully
in a gracious or graceful manner; "he did not have a chance to grow up graciously"
gracefully
in a graceful manner; "she swooped gracefully"
gracefully
in a graceful manner; "she swooped gracefully
gracefulness
beautiful carriage
gracefulness
The state of being graceful
gracefulness
{i} elegance, beauty
graceless
{s} lacking beauty, lacking grace, lacking elegance; shameless; rude
graceless
lacking grace; clumsy; "a graceless production of the play"; "his stature low
graceless
If you describe someone as graceless, you mean that their behaviour is impolite. She couldn't stand his blunt, graceless manner. + gracelessly grace·less·ly The task fell to Mr Harris to deliver this bad news. It was gracelessly done
graceless
lacking grace; clumsy; "a graceless production of the play"; "his stature low his bearing ungraceful"- Sir Walter Scott
graceless
Wanting in grace or excellence; departed from, or deprived of, divine grace; hence, depraved; corrupt
graceless
Something that is graceless is unattractive and not at all interesting or charming. It was a massive, graceless house. graceful
graceless
his bearing ungraceful"- Sir Walter Scott lacking graciousness; "a totally graceless hostess
graceless
without grace
graceless
Grace, n
graceless
lacking social polish; "too gauche to leave the room when the conversation became intimate"; "their excellent manners always may be feel gauche"
graceless
A graceless movement is clumsy and uncontrolled. a graceless pirouette. + gracelessly grace·less·ly He dropped gracelessly into a chair opposite her
graceless
lacking graciousness; "a totally graceless hostess"
graceless
Unfortunate
graceless
Cf
gracelessly
in a graceless manner; "she moves rather gracelessly
gracelessly
In a graceless manner
gracelessly
in a graceless manner; "she moves rather gracelessly"
gracelessly
in a clumsy manner; rudely
gracelessly
without grace; rigidly; "they moved woodenly"
gracelessness
awkwardness: the inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment)
gracelessness
The state of being graceless
gracelessness
an unpleasant carriage
gracelessness
{i} lack of beauty, lack of grace and elegance; shamelessness; rudeness
graces
Plural of grace
graces
Third person singular of to grace
gracing
present participle of grace
her Grace
courtesy title used when referring to a duchess
his Grace
his Excellency (courtesy title used when referring to a duke or archbishop)
last moments of grace
last few second in which it is still possible to enjoy grace
saving grace
A saving grace is a good quality or feature in a person or thing that prevents them from being completely bad or worthless. Ageing's one saving grace is you worry less about what people think. A redeeming quality, especially one that compensates for one's shortcomings: The scintillating conversation was the saving grace of a bad and overpriced meal
say grace
say a blessing prior to eating food
with a bad grace
ungraciously; in a forced or reluctant way
with a good grace
graciously, courteously; in a proper manner
year of grace
any year of the Christian era
grace
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