from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a nice manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a nice manner, in any sense of the word nice.
- With delicate perception: as, to be nicely sensible.
- Accurately; exactly; with exact order or proportion: as, the parts of a machine or building nicely adjusted; a shape nicely proportioned; a dress nicely fitted to the body.
- Agreeably; becomingly, pleasantly: as, she was nicely dressed
- Satisfactorily: as, the work progresses nicely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a nice way
It's a dress that "leverages sexuality for power," as a label nicely notes.
"The title nicely summarizes our findings," Lazowska says.
The point follows nicely from the previous question and the observation about spices 'anti-microbial effects.
But DE Marcel Dareus is ready to become a star, and Josh Chapman and Kerry Murphy will fill in nicely at nose guard, with Luther Davis expected to get first shot at the other defensive end spot.
BOBKOFF: Meaning, it takes off nicely from a stop.
And that's also the one, by the way, that ties in nicely with what we were talking about earlier, the challenge to authority.
Com, Deb Aoki rounds up a nice list of titles that could have fit in nicely in a number of Eisner Award categories.
Ties in nicely with the assertion that education is overrated and merely a signalling model largely to compensate for the infamous Griggs Vs Duke Power 1971.
This fits in nicely with the already announced July 1, 2011 release date.
John Q. Adams was a prolific diarist, and he wrote in nicely truncated, terse entries that filled several volumes.