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Graciously, 1) kindly, favourably, mercifully: “points on me g. with fair aspect,” Sonn. 26, 10. “God so g. hath brought to light this treason,” H5 II, 2, 185. “Laertes' son did g. plead for his funeral,” Tit. I, 381. “look g. on him,” Tit. I, 381
2) virtuously, holily: “but g. to know I am no better,” Meas. II, 4, 77. “what he will do g., I will thankfully receive,” Per. IV, 6, 65.
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