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Webster 1913 Edition


Aggrace

Ag-grace′

,
Verb.
T.
[Pref.
a-
+
grace
: cf. It.
aggraziare
, LL.
aggratiare
. See
Grace
.]
To favor; to grace.
[Obs.]
“That knight so much aggraced.”
Spenser.

Ag-grace′

,
Noun.
Grace; favor.
[Obs.]
Spenser.

Webster 1828 Edition


Aggrace

AGGRA'CE

,
Verb.
T.
To favor. [Not used.]

AGGRA'CE

,
Noun.
Kindness; favor. [Not used.]

Definition 2022


aggrace

aggrace

English

Verb

aggrace (third-person singular simple present aggraces, present participle aggracing, simple past and past participle aggraced)

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To favour; to grace.
    • Spenser
      That knight so much aggraced.

Noun

aggrace

  1. (obsolete) grace; favour
    • Spenser
      So goodly purpose they together fond/Of kindnesse and of courteous aggrace.