Examples of saving grace in a Sentence
It's expensive, but the machine's saving grace is its ease of operation.
One of her saving graces is a good sense of humor.
Recent Examples of saving grace from the Web
For dessert, a sweet surprise Courtney Pfligler's desserts ($10) are a saving grace.
The Europa League is proving to be Arsenal's only saving grace in what is otherwise their worst ever season under the management of Arsene Wenger.
Do Not Disturb should be every smartphone user’s best friend and saving grace.
Bradley Whitford is an actor's saving grace, a gifted performer who has lent his face to peers like Anthony Hopkins, Tom Cruise and Bryan Cranston in everything from Good Will Hunting and Magnolia to Silence of the Lambs and Breaking Bad.
The lone saving grace of Pacific Rim Uprising is John Boyega, who is an action star in search of a franchise.
The NissanConnect system’s saving grace is its prompt response time.
This is shocking to me now, because this pants + blouse combo has become my saving grace.
Fragrances can broadcast to others a lot about yourself without having to say anything at all, which is the saving grace of any beauty product.
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First Known Use of saving grace
SAVING GRACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of saving grace for English Language Learners
: a good quality that makes a bad or unpleasant person or thing better or more acceptable
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