Definitions of "grace"
  1. A particular kindness or benefit given as a favor
  2. A temporary period during which a requirement or obligation is not enforced
  3. The discretionary act of forgiveness or leniency by a person in authority, often resulting in relief from a legal obligation
How to use "grace" in a sentence
  1. The bank extends a two-week grace period for late payments.
  2. After hearing the defendant's story, the governor granted him grace and abolished his punishment.
  3. The tenant was given a grace period of one week to pay the rent due.

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