- lacking grace, pleasing elegance, or charm.
- without any sense of right or propriety.
Origin of graceless
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Examples from the Web for graceless
We all know LeBron is loathed for the graceless way in which he left the Cleveland Cavaliers.Pro Sports’ Hero Deficit
July 6, 2011
Why, those are my clothes you are wearing, you graceless rascal!
The old man was now thoroughly angry with the graceless youth.Heather and Snow
Those will be mine, precisely, when I talk to my graceless nephew.Nobody
Louis Joseph Vance
So, brethren, a graceless elder is a curse instead of a blessing.Gathering Jewels
James Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles
Michael Ako was a most graceless fellow, and it was his influence which had excluded Father Hennepin from the canoe.
- lacking any sense of right and wrong; depraved
- lacking grace or excellence
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Word Origin and History for graceless
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