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gracious lovely, attractive, graceful, beautiful: “makes the faults gracious,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iii. 1. 357 ; “never shall it more be gracious,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iv. 1. 107 ; “make it the more gracious,” A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM, iv. 1. 213 ; “one shamed that was never gracious” AS YOU LIKE IT, i. 2. 168 ( “acceptable,” CALDECOTT) ; “a gracious creature,” KING JOHN, iii. 4. 81 ; “his gracious parts,” KING JOHN, iii. 4. 96 ; “To make it gracious,” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, ii. 2. 125 ; “My gracious silence,” CORIOLANUS, ii. 1. 166 ; “no face so gracious is as mine,” SONNETS, lxii. 5.

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