Definition of Graciousness

1. Noun. Excellence of manners or social conduct.

Generic synonyms: Courtesy, Good Manners
Specialized synonyms: Blandness, Smoothness, Suaveness, Suavity
Derivative terms: Gracious, Gracious
Antonyms: Ungraciousness

2. Noun. The quality of being kind and gentle.
Exact synonyms: Benignancy, Benignity
Generic synonyms: Good, Goodness
Attributes: Benign, Benignant
Derivative terms: Benign, Benign, Gracious, Gracious
Antonyms: Malignancy, Malignity

Definition of Graciousness

1. n. Quality of being gracious.

Definition of Graciousness

1. Noun. The state of being gracious ¹

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Definition of Graciousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graciousness

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Literary usage of Graciousness

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1. Light and truth: or, Bible thoughts and themes by Horatius Bonar (1870)
"THE graciousness OF THE LORD JESUS. ' If so be ye have tasted that the Lord ... His graciousness.—It is His love, His tender love, or tender mercies to the ..."

2. The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur Morris: Minister of the United States to by Gouverneur Morris (1888)
"Dearth of wheat at Lyons. Morris offers Necker a cargo. graciousness of the Duchess ... graciousness ..."

3. Historical Memoirs of My Own Time by Nathaniel William Wraxall (1815)
"quence nor graciousness of manners. But he proved himself likewise deficient in a quality still more essential for a First Minister, firmness of character. ..."

4. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With by Delany (Mary), Augusta Waddington Hall Llanover (1862)
"... Yes,'' or "no," my lady, an "please your majesty,"—and she will be terribly puzzled to arrange her account of their observations and graciousness. ..."

5. The Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and Contemporaries of Sir Egerton by Sir Egerton Brydges (1834)
"... it— Vanity of having a numerous acquaintance—Cowper's employments in solitude—Author's mother fond of company—Her over- graciousness—Young the poet—Men ..."

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