very niceThat'd be very nice,
quite niceIt's quite nice.
nice little‘It was a nice little horse.
nice to seeAnyway, it was nice to see your sister looking so relaxed.’
really niceThey look really nice those shoes.
get a niceSo I told them that we were going to leave the park, and go and get a nice cold ice-cream.
have a nicehave a nice day
nice cup‘Now that was a nice cup of tea,’ confided Alf ‘I like a nice cup of tea.
rather niceBecause they're rather nice!
like a nice‘He seems like a nice kid.
nice dayhave a nice day
make a niceA little music would make a nice accompaniment to our meal, don't you agree?’
nice to knowStill, it was nice to know that he had.
how niceShe had forgotten how nice it was, after so long an interval.
nice to haveWouldn't it be nice to have four new years?
nice cold‘That is to go down to my wine cellar and get a bottle of nice cold vintage champagne.
nice to thinkIt was nice to think he had looked forward to her company.
nice to getIt would have been nice to get another couple of matches under my belt for Wimbledon.’
quite a niceWe called and saw them and we had quite a nice reception.