Grace in a sentence

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How to use grace in a sentence. Grace pronunciation.

But if you will give me but three weekes space, Ile do my endeavour to answer your grace.’ 10.
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But all this eloquence was lost upon the Spaniards, it would seem: the Captain-General of Andalusia would no more listen to us than the Governor of Cadiz; and in reply to his grace’s proclamation, the Marquis of Villadarias fired off another, which those who knew the Spanish thought rather the best of the two; and of this number was Harry Esmond, whose kind Jesuit in old days had instructed him, and now had the honour of translating for his grace these harmless documents of war.
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The Elector, judging that Donauwort would be the point of his grace’s attack, sent a strong detachment of his best troops to Count Darcos, who was posted at Schellenberg, near that place, where great entrenchments were thrown up, and thousands of pioneers employed to strengthen the position.
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So it was, however, that a young gentleman, who, in the eyes of his family, and in his own, doubtless, was looked upon as a consummate hero, found that the great hero of the day took no more notice of him than of the smallest drummer in his grace’s army.
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As he mounted another, Binfield, his master of the horse, kneeling to hold his grace’s stirrup, had his head shot away by a cannon-ball.
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Esmond made his way, and not without danger and difficulty, to his grace’s head quarters, and found for himself very quickly where the aides de camp’s quarters were, in an outbuilding of a farm, where several of these gentlemen were seated, drinking and singing, and at supper.
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They were welcome to him, for great as his services were, no man could value them more than John Richmond Webb did himself, and the differences between him and Marlborough being notorious, his grace’s enemies in the army and at home began to court Webb, and set him up against the all-grasping domineering chief.
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Captain Esmond’s name with particular favour; and that gentleman carried the dispatch to head quarters the next day, and was not a little pleased to bring back a letter by his grace’s secretary, addressed to Lieutenant-General Webb.
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On returning to his quarters, and consulting with his chief adviser, Mr. Esmond, who was now entirely in the general’s confidence, and treated by him as a friend, and almost a son, Mr. Webb writ a letter to his grace the commander-in-chief, in which he said:— Your grace must be aware that the sudden perusal of the _London Gazette_, in which your grace’s secretary, Mr. Cardonnel, hath mentioned Major-General Cadogan’s name, as the officer commanding in the late action of Wynendael, must have caused a feeling of anything but pleasure to the general who fought that action.
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By his eagerness to rectify that false statement of the _Gazette_, which had been written by his grace’s secretary, Mr. Cardonnel, Mr. Webb, not being able to reach his grace the commander-in-chief on account of the gentlemen seated between them, placed the paper containing the false statement on his sword, so that it might more readily arrive in the hands of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, who surely would wish to do justice to every officer of his army.
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No man’s caresses were more opportune than his grace’s, and no man ever uttered expressions of regard and affection more generously.
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That great duke was utterly disgraced; and honest old Webb dated all his grace’s misfortunes from Wynendael, and vowed that Fate served the traitor right.
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But he disdained the abuse in which some of the Tory writers indulged; for instance, Dr. Swift, who actually chose to doubt the Duke of Marlborough’s courage, and was pleased to hint that his grace’s military capacity was doubtful: nor were Esmond’s performances worse for the effect they were intended to produce (though no doubt they could not injure the Duke of Marlborough nearly so much in the public eyes as the malignant attacks of Swift did, which were carefully directed so as to blacken and degrade him), because they were writ openly and fairly by Mr. Esmond, who made no disguise of them, who was now out of the army, and who never attacked the prodigious courage and talents, only the selfishness and rapacity, of the chief.
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Mohun asked my lord duke where he could see his grace’s friends, and within an hour had sent two of his own to arrange this deadly duel.
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His grace opened to him when he found that Mr. Esmond was one of Webb’s brave regiment, that had once been his grace’s own.
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Down go my lord bishop’s apron, and his grace’s blue ribbon, and my lady’s brocade petticoat in the mud.
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Mr. Addison was delighted to be of use to his grace and his lordship, his grace’s son, and expressed himself ready to set forth.
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Mr. Addison wrote back that his services were his grace’s, but he by no means found his account in the recompense for them.
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He frees the will from its proclivity to evil, by ‘preparing grace,’ and determines it to good by ‘effecting grace.’ That some do not yield to this, is not because of their greater resistance, but because God does not choose to conquer their resistance.
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Examples of Grace

Example #1
For if thou dost not answer my questions three, Thy lands and thy livings are forfeit to mee.’ 11.
Example #2
Away rode the abbot all sad at that word, And he rode to Cambridge, and Oxenford; But never a doctor there was so wise, That could with his learning an answer devise.
Example #3
He was for ever drawing maps, for example, and learned geography with no small care and industry.
Example #4
There was a hard touch for his grace, and, indeed, for other generals in her Majesty’s service, in the concluding sentence of the Don: “That he and his council had the generous example of their ancestors to follow, who had never yet sought their elevation in the blood or in the flight of their kings.
Example #5
Witness the _Battle of the Books_:—“The difference was greatest among the horse” says he of the moderns, “where every private trooper pretended to the command, from Tasso and Milton to Dryden and Withers.
Example #6
On the 2nd of July, his grace stormed the post, with what success on our part need scarce be told.