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grace period extra time allowed after a specified date or term has passed, during which an obligation, such as the repayment of a debt or the return of something borrowed, may be fulfilled without penalty.
gracias (Spanish) thank you.
gracile slender. [2 definitions]
gracious inclined to do what is polite, kind, right, or considerate. [5 definitions]
grackle any of a number of North American blackbirds with long tails and shiny black feathers. [2 definitions]
grad (informal) someone who has graduated from a school; graduate.
gradate to pass almost imperceptibly from one degree to another, as in shades of color.
gradation a series of steps or stages that follow one another gradually and systematically. . [3 definitions]
-grade walking or advancing in (such) a manner.
grade a level, degree, or rank in a scale. [9 definitions]
grade crossing the place where one railroad track intersects another, or intersects a road at the same level.
gradeless combined form of grade.
grade point average a measure of academic achievement arrived at by dividing the total number of grade points earned by a student during a particular period by the total number of credits the student attempted.
grader a person or thing that grades. [3 definitions]
grade school see "elementary school."
gradient the amount by which an incline deviates from the horizontal; slope. [4 definitions]
gradual occurring evenly by degrees.
gradualism the belief, principle, or policy of attaining a change in something, such as political structure, through slow stages rather than drastic steps.
gradually by small steps or degrees.
graduate to be given a degree or diploma upon completing studies at a school, college, or university. [6 definitions]
graduated arranged in successive stages. [2 definitions]