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aggrace
[.] AGGRA'CE, v.t. To favor. [Not used.] [.] AGGRA'CE, n. Kindness; favor. [Not used.]

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all-disgraced
[.] ALL-DISGRA'CED, a. Completely disgraced.

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bongrace
[.] BON'GRACE, n. A covering for the forehead.

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disgrace
[.] DISGRACE, n. [dis and grace.] [.] 1. A state of being out of favor; disfavor; disesteem; as, the minister retired from court in disgrace. [.] 2. State of ignominy; dishonor; shame. [.] 3. Cause of shame; as, to turn the back to the enemy is a foul disgrace; every ...

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disgraced
[.] DISGRACED, pp. Put out of favor; brought under reproach; dishonored.

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disgraceful
[.] DISGRACEFUL, a. Shameful; reproachful; dishonorable; procuring shame; sinking reputation. Cowardice is disgraceful to a soldier. Intemperance and profaneness are disgraceful to a man, but more disgraceful to a woman.

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disgracefully
[.] DISGRACEFULLY, adv. [.] 1. With disgrace. [.] [.] The senate have cast you forth disgracefully. [.] 2. Shamefully; reproachfully; ignominiously; in a disgraceful manner; as the troops fled disgracefully.

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disgracefulness
[.] DISGRACEFULNESS, n. Ignominy; shamefulness.

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disgracer
[.] DISGRACER, n. One who disgraces; one who exposes to disgrace; one who brings into disgrace, shame or contempt.

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grace
[.] GRACE, n. [L. gratia, which is formed on the Celtic; Eng. agree, congruous, and ready. The primary sense of gratus, is free, ready, quick, willing, prompt, from advancing.] [.] 1. Favor; good will; kindness; disposition to oblige another; as a grant made as an ...

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grace-cup
[.] GRA'CE-CUP, n. The cup or health drank after grace.

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graced
[.] GRA'CED, pp. Adorned; embellished; exalted; dignifies; honored. [.] 1. Beautiful; graceful. [Not in use.] [.] 2. Virtuous; regular; chaste. [Not in use.]

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graceful
[.] GRA'CEFUL, a. Beautiful with dignity; elegant; agreeable in appearance,with an expression of dignity or elevation of mind or manner; used particularly of motion, looks and speech; as a graceful walk; a graceful deportment; a graceful speaker; a graceful air. [.] [.] ...

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gracefully
[.] GRA'CEFULLY, adv. With a pleasing dignity; elegantly; with a natural ease and propriety; as, to walk or speak gracefully.

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gracefulness
[.] GRA'CEFULNESS, n. Elegance of manner or deportment; beauty with dignity in manner, motion or countenance. Gracefulness consists in the natural ease and propriety of an action, accompanied with a countenance expressive of dignity or elevation of mind. Happy is the ...

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graceless
[.] GRA'CELESS, a. Void of grace; corrupt; depraved; unregenerate; unsanctified.

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gracelessly
[.] GRA'CELESSLY, adv. Without grace.

24956

graces
[.] GRA'CES,n. Good graces, favor; friendship.

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undisgraced
[.] UNDISGRA'CED, a. Not disgraced or dishonored.

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ungraceful
[.] UNGRA'CEFUL, a. Not graceful; not marked with ease and dignity; wanting beauty and elegance; as ungraceful manners. Without politeness, learning is ungraceful.

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ungracefully
[.] UNGRA'CEFULLY, adv. Awkwardly; inelegantly.

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ungracefulness
[.] UNGRA'CEFULNESS, n. Want of gracefulness; want of ease and dignity; want of elegance; awkwardness; as ungracefulness of manners.

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importance

IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

4. Thing implied; matter; subject; importunity. [In these senses, obsolete.]

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ZOOPHYTE, n. [Gr., an animal; a plant.] In natural history, a body supposed to partake of the nature both of an animal and a vegetable, such as madrepores, millepores, corallines, &c.

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