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commonness

Synonyms:

acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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Correct spelling:
nice
Definition:
Northern Institute for Continuing Education

Synonyms:

adjective
agreeable
swell, FAIRER, hunky-dory, peach, pleasureful, Peacher, pussycat, hunky dory, one's liking, one's taste, to one's liking, to one's taste.
all
nice.
attractive
appealing, pretty.
beautiful
foxy, graceful, radiant, shapely, grandest, comely, pulchritudinous, sightly, well-formed, goodlooking.
choice
elect, rarest, top-drawer, hand-picked, first class, handpicked, firstclass, solid gold, top drawer.
correct
righteous, stoner, veracious, veridical, on the beam, on the money, undistorted, unmistaken, on target, cooking with gas, dead on, free of error, on track, right as rain.
difficult
involved, meandering, mystifying, tangled, enigmatical, paradoxical, hard to explain, hard to solve.
elegant
ostentatious, well-bred.
fastidious
overnice, particular, overdelicate, Stickling, fussbudgety, over-nice, easily disgusted, hard to please, nit-picky.
flattering
becoming.
friendly
accessible, amicable, approachable, attentive, bluff, brotherly, companionable, convivial, cordial, cordially, friendly, generous, good-humored, gregarious, harmonious, likable, matey, neighborly, neighbourly, outgoing, pally, personal, sociable, social, spontaneous, warm, warmly, welcoming, buddy-buddy, simpatico, out-there, affable, genuine, propitious, Warm-hearted.
good
admirable, beneficial, benign, commendable, excellent, exemplary, favorable, fine, first-rate, good, laudable, pleasant, praiseworthy, reputable, splendid, topnotch, worthwhile, worthy, five-star, rad, tip-top, unmarred, Supereminent, Superexcellent, bullier, super-eminent, super-excellent, tip top, up to snuff.
good-natured
good-hearted, marshmallow, softie, well-disposed, willing to please.
high-grade
fab, primo, top of the line, top-of-the-line.
likable, agreeable
admirable, amiable, approved, attractive, becoming, charming, commendable, considerate, copacetic, cordial, courteous, decorous, delightful, ducky, fair, favorable, friendly, genial, gentle, good, gracious, helpful, ingratiating, inviting, kind, kindly, lovely, nifty, obliging, okay, peachy, pleasant, pleasurable, polite, prepossessing, seemly, superior, swell, welcome, well-mannered, winning, winsome, simpatico, Unpresumptuous, fine and dandy.
modest
self-conscious, unpretending, self-effacing, Unboastful, unpresuming.
personable
good egg, all heart, white hat, white-hat.
pleasant
copacetic, mild-mannered, fine and dandy.
pleasing
agreeable.
precise, neat, refined
accurate, befitting, careful, choosy, conforming, correct, critical, cultured, dainty, decent, delicate, discerning, discriminating, distinguishing, exact, exacting, fastidious, fine, finespun, finical, finicky, fussy, genteel, hairsplitting, meticulous, minute, particular, persnickety, picky, proper, respectable, right, rigorous, scrupulous, squeamish, strict, subtle, tidy, trim, trivial, virtuous, well-bred, Finicking.
proper
in line, by numbers, by the book.
pulchritudinous
easy on the eyes.
respectable
well-thought-of, Redoubted.
suitable
more suitable, good enough, in character, user friendly.
trig
trigger.
unmarred
uninjured.
noun
accurate
accurate, correct, exact, particular, right.
location
nice.
nice
courteous, dainty, decent, discriminate, discriminating, fastidious, good, gracious, overnice, pleasant, polite, precise, prissy, respectable, skillful, squeamish.
unfriendly
aloof, antagonistic, churlish, cold, distant, hostile, icy, stony, unfriendly, unpleasant.
verb
approved
likable, superior.
Examples of usage:
  1. It isn't nice, but that's the way it is. – Plays by August Strindberg, Second series by August Strindberg
  2. You look so nice I never would 'a' knowed you in the world! – Lovey Mary by Alice Hegan Rice
  3. " And it will make such a nice one for Splash," said Sue. – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods by Laura Lee Hope
  4. Now, be nice, please. – Molly Brown's Junior Days by Nell Speed
  5. Only, if you want to please me, get that nice little girl to marry you soon. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell

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