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From grace +‎ -worthy.


graceworthy (comparative more graceworthy, superlative most graceworthy)

  1. Worthy of grace.
    • 1866, William Chawner, The river of life pilgrims:
      Oh that I was as good and graceworthy as Ezra, that fair-going youth!
    • 1893, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Firm of Girdlestone: A Romance of the Unromantic - Volume 2 - Page 154:
      "Always, of course, not counting de army of his most graceworthy majesty de Emperor William," said Von Baumser, [...]"