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  • adj. superlative form of nice: most nice.


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  • I like nice things, and one of the nicest is a worry-free night's sleep; not being in debt helps in that endeavor.

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  • Bertie has been described as the nicest person we'd all known here in Belize.

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  • So, Helmsley wasn ` t known as the nicest lady on the block.

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  • The word nicest, as you used it, did not suit him; and you had better change it as soon as you can, or we shall be overpowered with Johnson and Blair all the rest of the way. "

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  • If you had to recall the nicest compliment ever given to you, what would it be?

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  • By chance, the very next evening in the hotel lobby, I ran into my Beverly Hills doctor, known as the nicest most humane guy ....

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  • Mr. DiNapoli, the Democratic candidate for comptroller, is widely known as the nicest guy in Albany - a description usually meant as a compliment, but sometimes as a euphemism for a pushover.

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  • Gradually, we carved our initial reno plans down into something manageable and less prohibitively expensive, called the nicest of the contractors back, and set about getting bids and a loan.

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  • Jay-Z was known as the nicest on the microphone like that too. >

  • It has Mrs. G, also known as the nicest woman of all time.



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