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Correct spelling: grace

Common misspellings for grace:

gagress, garish.

Grace \g-ra-ce\

favor; blessing
Grace as a girl's name is pronounced grayce. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Grace is "favor; blessing". A virtue name referring to God's grace. Greek mythology: the Three Graces were goddesses of nature: Aglaia (brillance), Thalia (flowering), and Euphrosyne (joy). Actress and princess Grace Kelly; singer Grace Jones; choreographer Graciela Daniele.
Kris, Crecia, Cris, Karas, Krisi, Krisy.
Engracia, Eugracia, Grayce, Gracia, Gracee, Gracella, Gracelynn, Gracelynne, Gracey, Graciana, Gracie, Graciela, Graciella, Gracielle, Gracija, Gracina, gracious, Grata, Gratia, Gratiana, Gratiela, Gratiella, Grazia, Graziella, Grazina, Graziosa, Grazyna.

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Examples of usage for grace:

  1. " For grace to speak the Truth in love. – A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer by William Reed Huntington
  2. And if they were not returned in 1883, is there sufficient reason to believe that they will ever be returned in any coming year of grace – A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer by William Reed Huntington
  3. Have the good grace to let me try to get this right." – Syndrome by Thomas Hoover

Quotes for grace:

  1. For even these are no less bestowed on him of pure grace, than are righteousness and salvation themselves.
  2. Grace must find expression in life, otherwise it is not grace.
  3. Courage and grace are a formidable mixture. The only place to see it is in the bullring.
  4. There, but for the grace of God, goes God.
  5. Illness has always brought me nearer to a state of grace.

Rhymes for grace:

  1. ace, base, bass, brace, case, chase, dace, embrace, encase, erase, face, glace, heyse, lace, mace, misplace, pace, place, race, replace, retrace, space, thrace, trace, vase, chace, incase, cayce, lambastes, wace, nace, caisse;
  2. abase, apace, debase, deface, disgrace, displace, efface;
  3. interlace;