[greys-fuh l] /ˈgreɪs fəl/
characterized by elegance or beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech; elegant:
a graceful dancer; a graceful reply.
characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, etc
mid-15c., “full of grace,” also “pleasant, sweet,” from grace (n.) + -ful. Meaning “with pleasing or attractive qualities” is from 1580s. Related: Gracefully; gracefulness.
- Go voice
communications When two or more parties stop communicating digitally and resuming the conversation via voice communication over the telephone. Prototypically this is used (e.g., “Wanna go voice?”) between two modem users to denote the action of picking up the phone while shutting off the modem, in order to use the same line for voice communication […]
noun, Music. 1. a note not essential to the harmony or melody, added as an embellishment, especially an appoggiatura. noun 1. (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.