adjective, nic·er, nic·est.
Origin of nice
SYNONYMS FOR nice
Examples from the Web for nicer
So there's many different reasons why you do things, but I'm actively pursuing the warmer, nicer people.‘Surviving Jack’ Star Rachael Harris Is No Longer ‘The Bitch'|Kevin Fallon|March 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There is an inverse correlation at play: the nicer a man appears, the greater his cruelty behind closed doors.American Dreams, 1963: ‘The Group’ by Mary McCarthy|Nathaniel Rich|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Before planning your trip, Evans advises doing some research and picking an airport you know has Wi-Fi and nicer amenities.
My towels are nicer than this, and I found one of mine on a train.
Do the wealthy get to live in nicer houses and drive nicer cars than the poor?
No, Uncle Ned; it was nicer to be with mamma in the village.Elsie and Her Namesakes|Martha Finley
"I think the Rose family is nicer than the Grass family," said Prue.A Little Garden Calendar for Boys and Girls|Albert Bigelow Paine
But this boy has been with me six months, and a nicer lad I never knew.Her Benny|Silas Kitto Hocking
Don't you think it's nicer, easier work than what you would have had to do in the field?Mildred at Home|Martha Finley
It was lighter and nicer than the old canoe, which had so long been used by the family.Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple|Sophie May
British Dictionary definitions for nicer (1 of 3)
- foolish or ignorant
- shy; modest