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graciously

[ grey-shuhs-lee ]
/ 藞gre瑟 蕛蓹s li /
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adverb
in a benevolent, courteous, or helpful manner; kindly: We are fortunate to have so many members graciously willing to share their gardening knowledge.Rachel graciously loaned me a formal dress for the occasion, as I had none.
in a manner characterized by comfort, ease, or luxury:Set in a prime oceanfront location in an exclusive community, the home graciously accommodates both family living and large-scale entertaining.
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Origin of graciously

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