Today’s word of the day is ‘Grace‘ Let us understand more about this word.
Grace [ greys ]
What is the etymology of the word?
The noun comes from Middle English: via Old French from Latin gratia.
What is this word’s grammar?
The word is a noun, i.e., it is the main subject of a sentence.
Does the word have a past tense? What is it?
No, the word is a noun. Therefore, it does not have a past form.
How is the word pronounced in popular languages?
1. Hindi – Daya
2. Spanish – Gracia
3. French – La grâce
4. Mandarin – Yōuyǎ
How to use this word in a sentence?
1. He rose with feline grace from the couch and approached, hand outstretched.
2. Hutchings nonetheless took a moment to ask for grace from frustrated parents, teachers, and students.
3. With feline grace, he strode across the room.
4. He spread his grace on everything and everyone he came in contact with.
5. After a silent grace, they began filling their plates.
What are some synonyms of the word of the day?
Some synonyms of the word are:
compassion, generosity, goodness, kindness, love, tenderness, benefaction, beneficence, benevolence, charity, clemency, compassionateness, favor, forbearance, indulgence, kindliness, leniency, lenity, pardon, quarter, reprieve, responsiveness, etc.
What are some antonyms of the word of the day?
Some antonyms of the word are:
cruelty, harshness, hatred, meanness, disfavor, malevolence, unkindness, clumsiness, ineptness, mercilessness, tactlessness, unforgiveness, etc
Grow in the root of all grace, which is faith. Believe God’s promises more firmly than ever. Allow your faith to increase in its fullness, firmness, and simplicity.
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