noun, plural ni·ce·ties.
Origin of nicety
Related formso·ver·ni·ce·ty, noun, plural o·ver·ni·ce·ties.
Examples from the Web for nicety
It is an expression of the character, the nicety of taste—or lack of it—the discrimination and judgment of the individual.Handicraft for Girls|Idabelle McGlauflin
He laughs also at the nicety of those who were beginning to object to a number of common French words.
It might have been expressly made for me, for it fits to a nicety without requiring the least alteration.The Shadow of the Czar|John R. Carling
Our artillery fire had now reached a nicety of deadly accuracy.Impressions of a War Correspondent|George Lynch
This nicety of person inspired me with a secret, wondering reverence.My Wife and I|Harriet Beecher Stowe