[ US /ˈnaɪsnəs/ ]
[ UK /nˈa‍ɪsnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being difficult to detect or analyze
    you had to admire the subtlety of the distinctions he drew
  2. a courteous manner that respects accepted social usage
  3. the quality of nice
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How To Use niceness In A Sentence

  • Yet height and niceness are by no means the most vital ingredients in an effective and productive boss. Times, Sunday Times
  • A mere acceptance implies a shrug; 'confirmee' is cosier, proactive, in keeping with the new niceness. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It was surely not wetness, as the incoming president termed their traditional virtues of niceness and fairmindedness.
  • There are the softies in love with international law and international institutions, who hold that niceness is nice because it’s nice and the United States should be nicer. Matthew Yglesias » Experts Say
  • What has brought on this discourse about niceness, is a meme in which my friend mom-nos has been nominated as a nice person, and in turn has nominated me, which really chuffs me, especially coming from her. Archive 2007-09-01
  • Anthony's niceness and kindness acts as a catalyst on the other kids.
  • Generic niceness is a dangerous trait to give a character – particularly the protagonist. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Please do not make your characters generically nice
  • Snakeskin ankle boots with amber Perspex heels, a David Bowie soundtrack and messy ponytails subverted the niceness of the collection. Paris fashion week turns to Lady Gaga – and a quiet Belgian
  • She just has an affability about her and a niceness about her that permeates everything she does.
  • Mr Reagan pulled off his political con-trick through a mixture of calculating charm and genuine niceness.
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