Gratefully

  • 1 gratefully — adv. Gratefully is used with these verbs: ↑accept, ↑acknowledge, ↑nod, ↑receive, ↑sink, ↑thank …

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  • 2 gratefully — grateful ► ADJECTIVE ▪ feeling or showing gratitude. DERIVATIVES gratefully adverb. ORIGIN from obsolete grate pleasing, thankful , from Latin gratus …

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  • 3 Gratefully — Grateful Grate ful, a. [Grate, a. + full; cf. F. gr[ e] thanks, good will, fr. L. gratum, neut. of gratus agreeable, grateful. See {Grate}, a.] 1. Having a due sense of benefits received; kindly disposed toward one from whom a favor has been… …

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  • 4 gratefully — adverb see grateful …

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  • 5 gratefully — See grateful. * * * …

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  • 6 gratefully — adverb In a grateful manner …

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  • 7 gratefully — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. appreciatively, thankfully, with a sense of obligation, delightedly, responsively, admiringly. Ant. rudely*, ungratefully, thanklessly …

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  • 8 gratefully — adv. thankfully, appreciatively …

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  • 9 gratefully — grate·ful·ly …

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  • 10 gratefully — See: grateful …

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  • 11 gratefully — adverb 1. with appreciation; in a grateful manner he accepted my offer appreciatively • Syn: ↑appreciatively • Ant: ↑ungratefully, ↑unappreciatively (for: ↑appreciatively) …

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  • 12 grateful — gratefully, adv. gratefulness, n. /grayt feuhl/, adj. 1. warmly or deeply appreciative of kindness or benefits received; thankful: I am grateful to you for your help. 2. expressing or actuated by gratitude: a grateful letter. 3. pleasing to the… …

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  • 13 grateful — grate|ful W3 [ˈgreıtfəl] adj [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: grate pleasing, thankful (16 17 centuries), from Latin gratus] 1.) feeling that you want to thank someone because of something kind that they have done, or showing this feeling ≠ ↑ungrateful… …

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  • 14 grateful */*/ — UK [ˈɡreɪtf(ə)l] / US [ˈɡreɪtfəl] adjective feeling that you want to thank someone because they have given you something or have done something for you Thanks for coming with me. I m really grateful. grateful for: I m very grateful for all your… …

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  • 15 appreciatively — adverb with appreciation; in a grateful manner he accepted my offer appreciatively • Syn: ↑gratefully • Ant: ↑ungratefully (for: ↑gratefully), ↑unappreciatively …

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  • 16 Conrad Gröber — (April 1, 1872 in Meßkirch February 14, 1948 in Freiburg im Breisgau) was a Catholic priest and archbishop of the Archdiocese of Freiburg. Contents 1 Life 1.1 Youth and education 1.2 Teacher and pastor in Konstanz …

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  • 18 New Zealand response to Hurricane Katrina — On 30 August 2005 NZST (29 August UTC 6/ 5) Prime Minister Helen Clark sent condolences by phone and in a letter with an offer of help to United States President George W. Bush and Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff also sent a message of… …

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  • 19 Winds Of Change — Eric Burdon and the Animals – Winds of Change Veröffentlichung August 1967 Label MGM, Repertoire Records, One Way Format(e) CD, LP Genre(s) Rock …

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  • 20 Winds of Change — Studioalbum von Eric Burdon and the Animals Veröffentlichung August 1967 Label MGM, Repertoire Records, O …

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