Adjective(1) characterized by charm, good taste, and generosity of spirit(2) characterized by kindness and warm courtesy especially of a king to his subjects(3) exhibiting courtesy and politeness(4) disposed to bestow favors
(1) A gracious and courteous lady, she had a kind word for all and was devoted to her family.(2) The fans here must also learn to be gracious in defeat as well, not just ├ö├ç├┐fair weather├ö├ç├û fans who turn against our boys after a tough loss.(3) My master, who was the most prominent courtier to his most gracious Majesty, the Emperor Kao, may he live ten thousand years.(4) The gracious God allowed Adam and Eve to live, though he banished them from the Garden of Eden.(5) Cohen, who is a youth counselor for after-school activities, lived and worked for some years in San Francisco and knows about gracious living.(6) At the table we are nourished by Christ's gracious presence in bread and wine.(7) And Sir George Grey will advise the grant of Her Majesty's gracious pardon(8) God is gracious to him who earns his living by his own labour and not by begging.(9) At these gatherings Mrs Turnbull was a gracious and lively hostess.(10) She's been so sweet and generous and gracious to me.(11) Sean was a pleasant, courteous and gracious neighbour who could always be relied on to lend a helping hand.(12) If you have believed, it is time to renew you faith and to rejoice that the kingdom of God has come and that you live under the gracious rule of Jesus.(13) Nevertheless, his widow, the gracious Princess Lom was at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club last weekend, to place the Prince's imprimatur on the championship.(14) Oh good gracious , was Faith in love too?(15) I laughed outright because his voice was so gracious and aristocratic.(16) Garten the writer is a gracious hostess whose love of food and company is infectious.