a note not essential to the harmony or melody, added as an embellishment, especially an appoggiatura.
(music) a note printed in small type to indicate that it is melodically and harmonically nonessential
[greys] /greɪs/ noun 1. elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action: We watched her skate with effortless grace across the ice. Synonyms: attractiveness, charm, gracefulness, comeliness, ease, lissomeness, fluidity. Antonyms: stiffness, ugliness, awkwardness, clumsiness; klutziness. 2. a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment: He lacked the manly graces. 3. favor or goodwill. Synonyms: […]
noun 1. a period of time after a payment becomes due, as of a loan or life-insurance premium, before one is subject to penalties or late charges or before the loan or policy is canceled.
[grah-thee-ahs, -see-; English grah-see-uh s] /ˈgrɑ θiˌɑs, -si-; English ˈgrɑ si əs/ interjection, Spanish. 1. thank you.
[gras-il] /ˈgræs ɪl/ adjective 1. gracefully slender. 2. slender; thin. /ˈɡræsaɪl/ adjective 1. gracefully thin or slender 2. a less common word for graceful adj. 1620s, from Latin gracilis “slender, thin, fine; plain, simple.” Not etymologically connected to grace but often regarded as if it is. Perhaps a dissimilated form related to Latin cracens “slender;” […]