OTHER WORDS FOR nice
Idioms about nice
Origin of nice
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OTHER WORDS FROM nice
Other definitions for nice (2 of 2)
Origin of Nice
How to use nice in a sentence
One of the nicest parks in the city, Willard Park has lighted tennis courts, cobblestone paths, a turf area, and clubhouse.Berkeley: A City That Fights for the Rights of All|LGBTQ-Editor|November 20, 2020|No Straight News
She’s just the funniest, the nicest, great to work with, and just feels like a true friend bringing you along the way.Freezing Weather, COVID Pivots: How ‘Eater’s Guide to the World’ Was Made|Eater Staff|November 20, 2020|Eater
You can mix various frame styles, and they’ll look nice together.
Richardson isn’t a splashy name, but he’s a really nice fit next to Luka Doncic in Dallas.NBA draft winners and losers: A win for LaMelo Ball, woe for the Warriors|Ben Golliver|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
It offers six different bars, plenty of wonderful live music, and nice outdoor patio, and endless opportunity for fun, dancing, and socializing.
Strangely, the Coexist sticker itself illustrates this whole point rather nicely.
Some urban cores have recovered nicely, but most often the surrounding city areas have continued to see slow or negative growth.
Many of the pieces have since been painted over, a response that plays nicely into the reaction to the art.Catch Him If You Can: Reliving Banksy’s New York Invasion|Alex Suskind|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This was nicely explicated in an Atlantic article whose title says it all: Your Gut Bacteria Want You To Eat A Cupcake.
In any case, it accommodated Pigpen very nicely; he was indeed one far-out gentleman, no doubt about it, none at all.
Picture frames, nicely moulded in brass, were made here in 1825, by a modeller named Maurice Garvey.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
Our nicely worked out system for supplying the troops has in a moment been tangled up into a hundred knotty problems.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
I am sorry they should not, for they always was used to it where we lived before, and my oldest girl she can work very nicely.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
She ran her finger along the edge of the instrument—Gilbert, when at home, used to keep it nicely sharpened for her use.The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie
After it is cured they prepare it nicely in rolls and carots, the latter for manufacturing into snuff.
British Dictionary definitions for nice (1 of 3)
- foolish or ignorant
- shy; modest