Indeed, at the time of its first successes, it was the saving grace of England.
He might have loved at one time—which would have been a saving grace.
Had not his mother been the good sense and saving grace of his own home?
Only by doing the will of the Father is the saving grace of the Son obtainable.
Faith, as you may have heard in church, is a saving grace, and essential to peace of mind.
The sense of humor is the saving grace of the American people.
The saving grace is with the gamete, and with the gamete alone.
It was temptation not to do, when saving grace lay in doing.
Her failure was the one saving grace in the whole wretched night.
Necessary as it is, there is no magic about government, no saving grace.