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Examples of graciously in a sentence
- King Henry received him very graciously.
- A lone birch leaned graciously on the edge of the frame.
- Darius, however, was in this instance graciously disposed.
- These petitions the great conqueror graciously condescended to grant.
- The prince received the cardinal very graciously, and heard what he had to say.
- Norrington graciously accepts Elizabeth’s wish to marry Will, and even postpones pursuing Sparrow for one day.
- I could do nothing but abjectly apologize to her, and she received my apologies graciously and with great dignity.
- “This is Gertrude,” said Mrs. Blanton, after my apologies had been contritely offered and graciously accepted by Cousin Pelham, “and that,” nodding to a little boy of the same age, “is John.
- To the surprise of every one, Catharine received her as graciously as the rest, and gave her her hand.
- The presents of the Libyans were graciously accepted by Cambyses, but the 500 minae which the Cyrenaeans sent, he threw with his own hand among the people because “it was too little.”
- They appeared to be more graciously received; at last there was no further complaint, and I had not made many turns about the traveller’s room when there was another ringing.
- The ear forever bends graciously to promises, even though we know they will be broken; but birds, unlike men, are not given to lying.
- He prays, therefore, he continues, that “the king will graciously bestow the same approval upon this work that he has so kindly given to his previous efforts, and thereby encourage him to continue his endeavor until the Danes shall possess a hymnody that they have neither begged nor borrowed from other nations.