niceness


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a courteous manner that respects accepted social usage

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the quality of nice

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the quality of being difficult to detect or analyze

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They retrieved the details of HNATKIWSKYJ, stored under the name DJ Niceness, and his Rawthorpe home was also searched.
SURPRISE, SURPRISE (ITV, Sunday, 7pm) HOLLY WILLOUGHBY, below, returns to heap praise, gifts and general niceness on to those people who deserve it most, thanks to their unrivalled selflessness and generosity.
So surprise, surprise, ahem - tonight, she returns for another run of Surprise, Surprise to heap praise, gifts and general niceness on to those people who deserve it most, thanks to their unrivalled selflessness and generosity.
Niceness rather than being an asset is a character flaw in a competitive capitalistic society.
We just enjoy the chummy niceness, easy conversations and unconditional friendliness that go with classic cars.
Silverman's contention: social media, especially the "literary Twittersphere," is over-infected with niceness, a world in which there remain few boundaries between readers and writers.
This is a school where 'No niceness is allowed' and Ralph fails at science (making stink bombs), sport (fighting) and art (who wants to look at paintings of sunflowers?
Diamond said: "I don't think niceness is a sign of weakness.
You're obviously a nice girl and your boss wants you to be friends with her daughters in the hope that some of your niceness will rub off on them.
They moved to London where their classical refinement, heartfelt emotion, and genuine niceness made them favorites for 20 years.
Ebison hit back saying: "I think it would be a mistake to confuse niceness with being professional.
There is a place in the schedules for that kind on niceness.
Being Right means seeing past Niceness or Goodness; it means making decisions that are just but not necessarily merciful, morally correct but not necessarily pleasant.
At the same time, however, Myles's poems retain an undeniable elegance and poeticism, which shows that in spite of her edginess, she is ever conscious of poetic tradition: "I know the niceness / of silence.