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
Simmons steal on a Miami inbounds play with 21 seconds left was as much a saving grace as the third quarter was.
The North Korean offer, compared with Rubtsov’s prospects back home, must have seemed like a saving grace.
The 2018 Grammys were a bust for women, to be honest, but there was one saving grace from the evening.
This has been the saving grace to get me through motherhood.
Plain old pepperoni was the saving grace of a much better pizza at dinner, when the crust put on a nice brown jacket.
The donation was seen as a saving grace for the school.
The old Ziploc trick As someone who sets up hundreds, if not thousands of gadgets a year, my saving grace is often a large Ziploc bag, Sharpie and a label-maker.
Opposing them are conservatives like Jonah Goldberg and Charles C. W. Cooke, both of National Review, who often swallow their contempt for Trump, the man, and find some saving grace with Trump’s presidency.
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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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