Etymology
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graciousness (n.)

late 14c., "attractiveness, agreeable quality," early 15c., from gracious + -ness. From 1630s as "courtesy, politeness."

updated on April 07, 2015

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Definitions of graciousness from WordNet

graciousness (n.)
excellence of manners or social conduct;
graciousness (n.)
the quality of being kind and gentle;
Synonyms: benignity / benignancy
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