graceless (adj.) Old form(s): gracelesse
wicked, ungodly, immoral
2H6 IV.iv.38[King to all, of the rebels] O, graceless men, they know not what they do
E3 II.i.374[Warwick to himself] How shall I enter in this graceless errand?
E3 II.i.430[Countess to Warwick, of King Edward] I will [not] consent / To be an actor in his graceless lust
KJ IV.iii.58[Bastard to all, of Arthur's apparent murder] The graceless action of a heavy hand
TS V.ii.159[Katherina to Widow, of a disobedient wife] What is she but a ... graceless traitor to her loving lord?
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