grace in English and example sentences

grace in English

n. Your Excellency (title used to address a duke, duchess, archbishop, etc.)
n. female first name
n. beauty; kindness; good will; mercy; reprieve, pardon; prayer, blessing (said in thanks for food before or after a meal)
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Verb forms for grace
Present participle: gracing
Present: grace (3.person: graces)
Past: graced
Future: will grace
Present conditional: would grace
Present Perfect: have graced (3.person: has graced)
Past Perfect: had graced
Future Perfect: will have graced
Past conditional: would have graced