gracias

[ grah-thee-ahs, -see-; English grah-see-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF gracias

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“Gracias, as they say in the desert country,” he said, saluting as he turned away.

“Gracias, seorita, but that rests with you,” was the response.

She smiled, then blushed, uttered a soft “Gracias, cavallero!”

I am not wicked, Rachela; and gracias a Dios, there is no Inquisition now to put the question!

Then there was a shaking of black silk skirts, Gracias a Dios!

The mines are in the western part of Honduras, in the Department of Gracias.

It was, indeed, a most accomplished cough, all Gracias had been indebted to it.

As to walking for pleasure, that crazed idea had not yet reached Gracias.

He therefore welcomed the idea of his aunt's coming to Gracias.

It was the greatest relief when we heard that you had reached Gracias.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GRACIAS

thank you

interjectionexpression of gratitude

thanked you

interjectionexpression of gratitude
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