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
The one saving grace for Republicans about Trump scandals is that there isn't necessarily a wider reach to implicate Republicans in Congress or Republicans nationwide, too.
Perhaps the biggest saving grace is a barely recognizable Nicole Kidman as Queen Boadicea, a punk-rock impresario-slash-guru who helps Zan unleash her inner (and intergalactic) rebel in a climactic concert scene.
That's the only saving grace in this most devastating story.
And that universality is the saving grace of this Fringe show.
Her saving grace was this strong and strange imagination.
Claude Puel's Leicester City side have stagnated towards the end of this season with the Arsenal win in midweek being their only saving grace.
Luckily, smoothies are quick to throw together and easy to drink on the go—on busy days, a smoothie is sometimes my saving grace.
To win the Europa League will be the only saving grace for Arsene Wenger's last season in charge, and the Gunners will want to send him off having won silverware.
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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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