nice (adj.)
fastidious, particular, fussy, overscrupulous
2H4 II.iii.40[Lady Percy to Northumberland, of Percy] Never ... do his ghost the wrong / To hold your honour more precise and nice / With others than with him!
AC III.xiii.179[Antony to Cleopatra] when mine hours / Were nice and lucky
AW V.i.15[Helena to Gentleman] goaded with most sharp occasions / Which lay nice manners by
AYL IV.i.14[Jaques to Rosalind as Ganymede] [I have not] the lady's [melancholy], which is nice
H5 V.ii.265[King Henry to Katherine] nice customs curtsy to great kings
H5 V.ii.270[King Henry to Katherine] the nice fashion of your country in denying me a kiss
KJ III.iv.138[Cardinal Pandulph to Lewis the Dauphin] he that stands upon a slippery place / Makes nice of no vile hold to stay him up [i.e. is not fussy about the means he uses]
LLL V.ii.219[masked Rosaline to masked King] We'll not be nice
TG III.i.82[Duke to Valentine, of a lady] she is nice, and coy [or: shy]
TNK V.ii.77[Gaoler's Daughter to Wooer] here they are nice and foolish
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