I wonder if they would treat me nicely if I went there again.
I hope I have written my letter nicely, but it is very difficult to write on this paper and teacher is not here to give me better.
It is true, the more sensitive and imaginative the mind is that receives the thought-pictures and images of literature, the more nicely the finest lines are reproduced.
The servants were a little discouraged, but soon they brought in a great tray containing two dozen nicely roasted quail on toast.
This is a lovely home, so spacious and nicely decorated.
Learning by his own experience and errors, he wisely developed a sovereign prudence which nicely adjusted means to the end in view.
Best I pluck one from their pack and nicely convince that person to share their secret with Daddy!
Blaming Edith fit nicely with his plans to kill her.
The relative weights of the sources have been more nicely determined by critical investigation.
Taking two hollow hemispheres of copper, the edges of which fitted nicely together, he exhausted the air from between them by means of his pump, and it is recorded that thirty horses, fifteen back to back, were unable to pull them asunder until the air was readmitted.
Wedding plans were progressing nicely, now totally out of male hands, and Randy's baseball activities were in high gear.
"Treatise" thus would mean, by etymology, something well handled, nicely made.
It has a black face and legs, a big head with Roman nose, darkish ears set well back, and a broad level back (especially over the shoulders) nicely filled in with lean meat.
It may be noted in consecration how nicely the taboo or contagion, whether of holiness or unholiness, can be localized.
Every sentence which dropped from his lips was as correct in structure as the most nicely balanced period of the Rambler.
The nicely balanced conditions of solution produce a state of unstable equilibrium, with the result that internal streaming movements and changes of shape and changes of position in the model simulate closely the corresponding manifestations in real protoplasm.
The large canoes in which they formerly made long voyages are no longer built, but various kinds of smaller canoes are made, from the commonest, which is simply a hollowed-out tree cut into form, to the finely shaped one built upon a keel, the joints of the various pieces being nicely fitted, and the whole stitched together with cord made from the husk of coconuts.
It depends on the rapidity with which convection currents can supply heat from the interior to replace that radiated, and on a number of other nicely balanced circumstances which cannot well be calculated.
On the north-east coast many of the villages are tastefully kept, their whole area being clean swept, nicely sanded, and planted with ornamental shrubs, and have in their centre little square palaver places laid with flat stones, each with an erect stone pillar as a back-rest.