Definition of gracious :
1. Abounding in beauty, loveliness, or amiability; graceful; excellent.
2. Abounding in grace or mercy; manifesting love,. or bestowing mercy; characterized by grace; beneficent; merciful; disposed to show kindness or favor; condescending; as, his most gracious majesty.
3. Produced by divine grace; influenced or controlled by the divine influence; as, gracious affections.
well-disposed, sacrosanct, sanctify, benign, good, prissy, knightly, pitying, sympathetic, overnice, tender-hearted, mellow, urbane, correct, decent, living, gosh, courtesy, dainty, holiness, by God/gum/Jove etc., refined, human, cripes, sacred, loving, good-natured, merciful, stately, benignant, attitude, gentle, forgiving, tender, sweet, propitious, holy, courtly, civilized, inactive, by gum, austere, saintly, kind, monastic, compassionate, skillful, squeamish, elegant, glory (be), beneficent, bless my soul/bless me/well I'm blessed, back-to-nature, numinous, golly, proper, New Age, fast, condescending, humane, blessed, as I live and breathe, clement, pleasant, good-tempered, hallowed, nice, doggone, bohemian, gee whiz, enclosed, genteel, kind-hearted
courteous (part of speech: adjective)
gentlemanly, well-mannered, obliging, ladylike, suave, deferential, agreeable, mannerly, dignified, chivalrous, noble, considerate, diplomatic, civil, respectful, thoughtful, well-bred, decorous, polite, graceful, gallant
sociable (part of speech: adjective)
cordial, affable, easygoing, hearty, gregarious, genial, chatty, garrulous, hospitable, amicable, amiable, courteous, sociable, convivial, talkative, friendly, neighborly, vivacious, companionable, congenial, folksy, gabby
generous (part of speech: adjective)
- Aurora jumped on her seat with a cry of " Goodness gracious!" - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
- May I ask to whom I have the honour- Why, good gracious, I beg your Majesty's pardon. - "The Napoleon of Notting Hill", Gilbert K. Chesterton.
- To Feversham her words were gracious as rain upon dry land. - "The Four Feathers", A. E. W. Mason.