graciousness

graciousness
gracious ADJECTIVE 1) courteous, kind, and pleasant. 2) showing the elegance and comfort associated with high social status or wealth. 3) (in Christian belief) showing divine grace.
EXCLAMATION expressing polite surprise.
DERIVATIVES graciously adverb graciousness noun.

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