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4 How many loved your moments of glad grace.
5 She has the natural grace of a born dancer.
6 Joanna has natural grace and elegance.
7 Lena moved with the grace of a dancer.
8 By the grace of God their lives were spared.
9 Grace pulled her cardigan tightly about herself.
10 Laura glanced at Grace, expecting a cheeky riposte.
11 I can't think why Grace doesn't like me.
12 It was silly of Grace to take offence at our innocent remarks.
13 He might have had the grace to say he was sorry!
14 Ageing's one saving grace is you worry less about what people think.
15 No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace, as I have seen in one autumnal face.
16 Grace laid out the knives and forks at the lunch-table.
17 How many loved your moments of glad grace. And loved your beauty with love false or true. But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you. And loved the sorrows of your changing face.
18 You're a popular girl, Grace, and a lot of the younger ones look up to you.
19 Irving Kristol delivered the coup de grace in a letter dated June 12: they had decided to reject the proposal.
20 I shouldn't look forward too much to seeing Grace at the party; chances are that she won't come anyway.
21 It was only by the grace of God that they survived.
22 She walks with grace.
23 He died in a state of grace.
24 Kevin smiled and accepted his defeat with good grace.
25 He didn't even have the grace to look embarrassed.
26 'Here goes,[www.Sentencedict.com]' said Grace and took a deep breath.
27 Ann moved with easy grace.
28 He agreed that he was wrong with a good grace.
29 This brings a birthday message especially to say how much I love you and you are as young and charming in my calendar as before,and the extra year seems indeed to have improved your looks and grace.
30 The gymnast performed on the balance beam with an easy grace.