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(1) She was a very gracious lady.
(2) He conducted himself in a gracious manner.
(3) She is a lovely and gracious woman.
(4) He was gracious enough to thank me.
(5) The queen was gracious enough to invite us.
(6) Lady Caroline was gracious enough to accept our invitation.
(7) Sibyl was the most gracious, helpful, and generous person to work with.
(8) He was most gracious to everyone, smiling and thanking them.
(9) He has not yet learned how to be gracious in defeat.
(10) Goodness gracious , what a terrible thought!
(11) We can't afford gracious living.
(12) She closed with a gracious speech of thanks.
(13) The losing team were gracious in defeat.
(14) Good gracious, look at that specimen will you?
(15) I'll be greatly honoured by your gracious presence.
(16) She welcomed her guests in a gracious manner. Sentencedict.com
(17) My goodness!/Goodness me!/Goodness gracious !
(18) He is kind and gracious to all sinners who repent.
(19) Good gracious! What on earth has happened to your feet?
(20) All this gracious living isn't for me; I prefer the simple life.
(21) She was gracious enough to show us round her home.
(22) He drove through the gracious suburbs with the swimming pools and tennis courts.
(23) Gracious /Good gracious , I never thought he'd do that!
(24) The performance will take place in the gracious presence of HRH the Prince of Wales.
(25) It was gracious of the Queen to speak to the elderly patients.
(26) He thought it was very gracious of her.
(27) He made perfect, self-deprecating jokes and gracious presentations.
(28) The duchess was charming, gracious, intelligent.
(29) She was , to the end, a gentlewoman of the old school , gracious and mannerly.
(30) 'I hope you didn't mind my phoning you.' 'Good gracious, no, of course not.'
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