Synonyms for GRACEgreɪs

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. grace, saving grace, state of grace(noun)

    (Christian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who is under such divine influence

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, free grace, blessing, grace, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  2. grace, gracility(noun)

    elegance and beauty of movement or expression

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, free grace, blessing, grace, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  3. seemliness, grace(noun)

    a sense of propriety and consideration for others

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, blessing, free grace, seemliness, grace, grace of God, goodwill

  4. grace, good will, goodwill(noun)

    a disposition to kindness and compassion

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, free grace, blessing, grace, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  5. Grace(noun)

    (Greek mythology) one of three sisters who were the givers of beauty and charm; a favorite subject for sculptors

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, free grace, blessing, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  6. grace, blessing, thanksgiving(noun)

    a short prayer of thanks before a meal

    Synonyms:
    approval, gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, boon, free grace, blessing, grace, benediction, approving, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  7. grace, grace of God, free grace(verb)

    (Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God

    Synonyms:
    gracility, thanksgiving, state of grace, good will, saving grace, free grace, blessing, grace, grace of God, goodwill, seemliness

  8. decorate, adorn, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify(verb)

    make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.

    Synonyms:
    fancify, grace, dramatise, ornament, adorn, deck, decorate, clothe, aggrandise, aggrandize, blow up, embroider, dress, lard, embellish, prettify, beautify, pad, dramatize, invest

  9. deck, adorn, decorate, grace, embellish, beautify(verb)

    be beautiful to look at

    Synonyms:
    fancify, grace, dramatise, bedeck, ornament, adorn, dump, deck, decorate, clothe, aggrandise, invest, blow up, aggrandize, embroider, dress, lard, coldcock, embellish, prettify, bedight, beautify, floor, knock down, pad, dramatize

English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald

  1. grace

    Mercy is the exercise of less severity than one deserves, or in a more extended sense, the granting of kindness or favor beyond what one may rightly claim. Grace is favor, kindness, or blessing shown to the undeserving; forgiveness, mercy, and pardon are exercised toward the ill-deserving. Pardon remits the outward penalty which the offender deserves; forgiveness dismisses resentment or displeasure from the heart of the one offended; mercy seeks the highest possible good of the offender. There may be mercy without pardon, as in the mitigation of sentence, or in all possible alleviation of necessary severity; there may be cases where pardon would not be mercy, since it would encourage to repetition of the offense, from which timely punishment might have saved. Mercy is also used in the wider sense of refraining from harshness or cruelty toward those who are in one's power without fault of their own; as, they besought the robber to have mercy. Clemency is a colder word than mercy, and without its religious associations, signifying mildness and moderation in the use of power where severity would have legal or military, rather than moral sanction; it often denotes a habitual mildness of disposition on the part of the powerful, and is matter rather of good nature or policy than of principle. Leniency or lenity denotes an easy-going avoidance of severity; these words are more general and less magisterial than clemency; we should speak of the leniency of a parent, the clemency of a conqueror. Compare PITY.

    Synonyms:
    benevolence, benignity, blessing, clemency, compassion, favor, forbearance, forgiveness, gentleness, kindness, lenience, leniency, lenity, mercy, mildness, pardon, pardon, pity, tenderness

    Antonyms:
    cruelty, hardness, harshness, implacability, justice, penalty, punishment, revenge, rigor, severity, sternness, vengeance

    Preposition:
    The mercy of God to or toward sinners; have mercy on or upon one.

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