Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: graces
IPA transcription: [ɡɹ'eɪsɪz]
Usage examples
  • They have studied their graces, and the result is there only too evident.
  • "What are your graces' orders?" she asked, dropping a curtsy and scraping the ground with her feet.
  • "In a moment, in a moment, your graces," she answered, and ran off as fast as her six legs could carry her.
  • These encounters with strange children are one of the charming and at the same time poignant graces of the environs of Paris.
  • Those soft blue eyes, and all those natural graces, should not be wasted on the inferior society of Highbury and its connexions.
  • She kept her old Spanish house (one of the finest specimens in Sulaco) open for the dispensation of the small graces of existence.
  • In the first place it was low; its devotees were wholly lacking in the graces of life, in prestige, and that ease which comes with assurance of power.
  • She was dressed, however, in exquisite taste--and then I had no doubt that she had captivated my friend's heart by the more enduring graces of the intellect and soul.
  • If he possessed the power to arrest any wandering eye when exhibiting the glories of his altitude on foot, his equestrian graces were still more likely to attract attention.
  • Like a landscape melting into distance, they receive a thousand charms from their very obscurity, and the fancy delights to fill up their outlines with graces and excellences of its own creation.