- grattan, henry,
Origin of gratis
Examples from the Web for gratis
The programs and tickets were designed by a local firm, gratis.
But sins may bee pardoned to the repentant, either Gratis, or upon such penalty, as God is pleased to accept.Leviathan|Thomas Hobbes
He's one of these yere singing chaps what's asked to pass the time after dinner with a song or two gratis.The Climbers|Clyde Fitch
Why, bless your innocent soul, he can buy all the law he needs six days in the week and get it gratis on the seventh.The Helpers|Francis Lynde
Word Origin for gratis
mid-15c., "for nothing, freely," from Latin gratis, contraction of gratiis "for thanks," hence, "without recompense," ablative of gratiae "thanks," plural of gratia "favor" (see grace). Meaning "free of charge" is 1540s.