your grace
  1. (formal, obsolete) you (as a polite form of address to social superiors)
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your Grace

your grace (plural your graces)

  1. (Christian) Used in direct address to archbishops.
  2. (Especially Eastern Orthodox Christian) Used in direct address to bishops, although in British English sometimes only granted to the Bishop of Meath and Kildare in Ireland.
  3. (UK) Used in direct address to dukes and to Lord High Commissioners.

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