The government of Turin, fearing to allow so troublesome a guest to remain at Genoa, held him for a while in honorable captivity, but permitted him to visit his aged mother and his three children at Nice.
He was nice.
"I'm sure, if I had known," said Mrs. Silk, as she piloted him to a seat, "I'd 'ave 'ad something nice.
I hope he will be nice.
Sailors are much nicer.
d thence proceeded by Marseilles, Frejus, and Antibes, to Nice.
'Oh yes, ver' nice.
There, don't be too nice.
One must not be too nice.
* * * * * "AB" I. Absinthe's a cunning word Dram-drinkers to entice, It comes from a Greek root which means The opposite of nice.
The iron of those days when she had laughed at him was deep within him, and this she now divined, and said absently: "I used to think you were pretty nice.
This, too, is exclusive of my ordinary expenses during the campaign, all which being added to my loss of time and business, bears pretty heavily upon one no better off in world's goods than I; but as I had the post of honor, it is not for me to be over-nice.
After three years of this sort of life, when Leonora had reached the full splendor of her beauty, she chanced to become the favorite of fashion for one whole summer at Nice.
As if people with any force in them ever were altogether nice!
The brains of nightingales, With unctuous fat of snails, Between two cockles stew'd, Is meat that's easily chew'd; Tails of worms, and marrow of mice, Do make a dish that's wondrous nice.
"Isn't it nice?
You mayn't even look at any one nice.
What right have we poor devils to be nice?
Me's very nice.
Isn't the wind nice?
I'm sure Mr. Aplin isn't very nice.
However, he hears Claudio speaking to Leonata about Beatrice, saying how deeply she loves Benedick, and bewailing that so nice a
Early in the spring young dandelions added to this are very nice.
Timidity in girls is nice.
"No, you couldn't," said Nancy curtly, "for I'd reform sooner than let you do that!--Perhaps I did say too much, Julia, only I can't bear to have you make game of Mr. Popham when he's so funny and nice.
‘Yes,’ said the Canon, who had come in with him, and saw him gaze at it, ‘these motto-cards are very nice.
Is'nt it nice?
That 'ud be real nice.
And friendly and nice.
"Oh, how nice!
The Saxons, from the first introduction of Christianity among them, had admitted the use of images; and perhaps, that religion, without some of those exterior ornaments, had not made so quick a progress with these idolaters: but they had not paid any species of worship or address to images; and this abuse never prevailed among Christians, till it received the sanction of the second council of Nice.
There was a young gentleman in the seat in front, too, who was very nice.
Isn't everything nice?
But he wants to make a song about Salo now, because he is so awfully nice.
So far this seems all very nice.
After Salo's death Leonore was left alone in life, so an aunt from Holstein came to live with her in Nice.
thank you, sister, that will be so nice!
Nor let it faith exceed That Nature forms a rustic taste so nice.
But Monicker goes to these dances and he says they're right nice.
Plum-cake is very nice.
that is very nice.
Anyway, a talk with him will be nice.
She's just like all the others, only richer and nicer.
And he is awfully nice.
Do come and sit here and be nice.
When liked, melted butter may be substituted for the Bechamel: this is a more simple method, but not nearly so nice.
And the new prima donna is real nice.
"Thank you, Miss Harson," said Clara; "true stories are so nice!