From be- + grace.
begrace (third-person singular simple present begraces, present participle begracing, simple past and past participle begraced)
- (transitive) To address (one) as "Grace".
- (transitive) To grace or endue with grace; begift; endow.
2003, Maxie Dunnam, The Preacher's Commentary:
- Likewise, not to be “begraced” in a particular way, with a specific gift, should not bring a sense of inferiority.
2004, John Barnett, Discipline Yourself for Godliness:
- You have been begraced with grace, and all of us can say that this morning if you are saved. I have been begraced with God's grace so I should not fear.