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grace and favour


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  • noun UK, as a modifier to a form of accomodation Owned by the sovereign or government and granted free of rent to a person as an expression of gratitude or obligation.


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  • A grace and favour is a house or flat owned by the British sovereign and lent to persons rent-free in gratitude for past services.

    October 27, 2007