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
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  • 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.
  • ‘It just makes you feel taller,’ says Forrest, who notes that niceness and kindness are often confused.
  • The token bit of blandness, of sanity, of charm, of reason, of niceness, of pointlessness.
  • As we scrolled through the list, we realized that almost all sales were based in "niceness. Judith Acosta, LISW, CHT: Nice But Not Good: The Art of Spotting Narcissists
  • Lib-Dems, as they're called, are very, very sincere and well-meaning people, who believe in general niceness and all-round good-eggery. Bock The Robber
  • Unfairly, it's his shining niceness that makes the book a little less unputdownable than it might have been.
  • The most interesting aspect of the Labour campaign was, however, its glossy, middle-class niceness.
  • Not all were content with niceness, conformity and averageness, however.
  • likability" is presumed to be based on niceness, self-effacement, and sociability, and has nothing to do with intellect; and you're right that Frost wasn't Brian Hall - An interview with author
  • I mean, Archie takes advantage of her "niceness" and eats her cakes and then leaves her to go on a date with Veronica. Stop the presses! Archie will propose to … Veronica? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Worcestershire, to be paternal to his workmen, to be known as Squire, and to bring his children up in the older Moreton 'niceness' -- he had yet managed to make his ploughs quite celebrated, to found a little town, and die still handsome and clean-shaved at the age of sixty-six. The Freelands
  • I think all this niceness undermines our power.
  • She found instead that the Vegas wedding chapels, "with their wishing wells and stained-glass paper windows and their artificial bouvardia," were in fact selling "'niceness,' the facsimile of proper ritual, to children who do not know how else to find it. The Wedding Merchants
  • She has the experience of the singer and performer that paula and randy have, she has the producing experience of Simon and Randy, she has the sharp tongue of Simon and the humor of Randy and the niceness of Paula. Archive 2009-01-01
  • This focus on "niceness" in critical approaches to young adult fiction -- a genre almost overwhelmingly produced and consumed by women -- is not accidental. Sarah McCarry: Faking Nice in the Blogosphere: Women and Book Reviews
  • While I laud the good folk at GunBroker for their niceness in supporting Breast Cancer research (after all can't loose the front porch, everybody likes the front porch) WHY does anybody think an ugly pink gunstock will encourage fundraising? Fights Breast Cancer With Pink Rifle Auction
  • My vote for the most untranslatable word would go to nyakaa, a Bengali word that could mean coy, or teasing, or bashful, or suggests fake niceness or phoney innocence.
  • The main problem with his take on the story is his overwhelming niceness as a director.
  • Always err on the side of niceness until they prove themselves to be undeserving of your better side.
  • We did little to help him and, charmed by McGrath's niceness, we protected him and allowed him to get away with it.
  • Lee radiates well-intentioned niceness, which is no replacement for stage presence or good material.
  • Yet height and niceness are by no means the most vital ingredients in an effective and productive boss. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet height and niceness are by no means the most vital ingredients in an effective and productive boss. Times, Sunday Times
  • But no matter how much the Sarge bawled him out, Gomer remained Gomer, someone who believed in the virtues of goodness and niceness, even as the world threatened to blow itself to bits.
  • Even if it can't kill you, too much niceness can still bore you silly.
  • Her determination, dedication and sheer niceness won her many friends.
  • With all this unremitting niceness, no wonder he seeks unlikeable characters to play. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet height and niceness are by no means the most vital ingredients in an effective and productive boss. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr Pearce was rather bowled over by his niceness, his concern and his ordinariness.
  • And so did change from her intent; yet with no improperness of modesty; but only with a niceness of Sense, which she did make no talk of; but yet did have. The Night Land

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