graciously

[ grey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF graciously

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRACIOUSLY

She tapped Tom's shoulder with her fan and smiled, graciously corrective.

He receives me graciously enough, and treats me with politeness.

Mark you, it is not wisdom but a whim of mine which causes me to be graciously minded!

He was presented by that great officer, and received most graciously.

"If a bachelor may be said to have a home, Mrs. Barnes," he added, graciously.

"This is to be an open meeting, Mrs. Dott," said Annette graciously.

"Want you to put a new shoe on this horse of mine," replied Seth, not too graciously.

Will you be graciously pleased to accept something of our best?

Her constant exclamation was, “I know he will do most graciously by me.”

He asked Miss Hawtry to go to luncheon with him, and she graciously accepted.

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