Much Ado About Nothing

Act II, Scene II and III: What are the eight graces which Benedick believes a hypothetical woman must have before he would ever consider marrying her?

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The eight graces are: Rich, wise, fair virtuous, mild, noble, good discourse (well spoken), excellent musician.