Exempli gratia: They put their zealotry above their survival.
The word was gratia, or some modification of gratia, with some still deeper words engraven round about it.
Then the French uniform is so charming, gratia put in, consciously sarcastic.
As gratia prophesied, Lindsay found it difficult to believe her.
My impious ire against those two had its root in the heart; that heart then I must deaden, and, Dei gratia, I shall.
It was easy to slip those words, Dei gratia, into the coronation service.
He allows to the Greeks gratia, but claims potentia for his own countrymen.
gratia had cut her hair short, but she had introduced a style of hair-dressing new even to Greenwich Village.
You are full of grace; Ave, gratia plena, and from the plentitude of your maternal heart, you love to bestow your gifts upon us.
gratia listened, diving under water after her shocked exclamations and reappearing glistening.
art for the sake of art
The Impressionists's motto was 'ars gratia artis'.