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awkward deficient in physical skill or grace; clumsy. [1/4 definitions]
benedicite a blessing, esp. one said at a meal; grace. [1/2 definitions]
blessing a prayer, often a short one before a meal; grace. [1/4 definitions]
Calvinism the teachings of John Calvin and his followers, which emphasized predestination, salvation by God's grace alone, and the authority of the Scriptures. [1/2 definitions]
clumsy lacking physical grace or coordination; awkward; fumbling. [1/3 definitions]
dexterity grace and easy quickness in using the hands or body; skill. [1/2 definitions]
elegance the quality of refinement, taste, and grace, esp. when combined with richness of decoration or design. [1/3 definitions]
feline resembling a cat in some characteristic, esp. grace or stealth of movement. [1/3 definitions]
goddess a woman of exceptional beauty, charm, or grace. [1/3 definitions]
grace (pl.; cap.) in Greek and Roman mythology, the three goddesses that spread grace, charm, and beauty in human lives. [1/10 definitions]
grace cup a cup passed around for toasts after grace at the end of a meal. [1/2 definitions]
graceful marked by grace or beauty of movement, manner, or behavior.
graceless marked by lack of grace or appropriateness, or lack of consideration for the feelings of others.
hard without grace or softness. [1/11 definitions]
inelegant without taste, grace, or refinement; not elegant.
lightness2 ease of movement; agility; grace. [1/5 definitions]
New Testament the new covenant between God and humanity in which the dispensation of grace is revealed through the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
particularism a doctrine that divine grace is accorded only to a limited group. [1/3 definitions]
sacrament in theology, a visible sign or symbol of God's grace conferred on humans, such as baptism. [1/4 definitions]
sport one who accepts various difficult situations with grace and dignity. [1/10 definitions]
wooden having no grace; stiff; unnatural. [1/3 definitions]