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Nice vs. Sweet

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The main difference between Nice and Sweet is that the Nice is a city in Alpes-Maritimes, France and Sweet is a basic taste

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  • Nice (adjective)

    Pleasant, satisfactory. from 18th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Of a person: friendly, attractive. from 18th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Respectable; virtuous. from 18th c.

    "What is a nice person like you doing in a place like this?"

  • Nice (adjective)

    With "and", shows that the given adjective is desirable: pleasantly. from 18th c.

    "The soup is nice and hot."

  • Nice (adjective)

    Silly, ignorant; foolish. 14th-17th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Particular in one's conduct; scrupulous, painstaking; choosy. from 14th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Particular as regards rules or qualities; strict. 16th-19th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle. from 16th c.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Easily injured; delicate; dainty.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Doubtful, as to the outcome; risky. 16th-19th c.

  • Nice (adverb)

    Nicely.

    "Children, play nice."

    "He dresses real nice."

  • Nice (interjection)

    Used to signify a job well done.

    "Nice! I couldn't have done better."

  • Nice (interjection)

    Used to signify approval.

    "Is that your new car? Nice!"

  • Nice (noun)

    niceness.

  • Nice (verb)

    To run a process with a specified (usually lower) priority.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a pleasant taste, especially one relating to the basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

    "a sweet apple"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a taste of sugar.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Containing a sweetening ingredient.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Retaining a portion of sugar.

    "Sweet wines are better dessert wines."

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Not having a salty taste.

    "sweet butter"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a pleasant smell.

    "a sweet scent"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Not decaying, fermented, rancid, sour, spoiled, or stale.

    "sweet milk"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a pleasant sound.

    "a sweet tune"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a pleasing disposition.

    "a sweet child"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having a helpful disposition.

    "It was sweet of him to help out."

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Free from excessive unwanted substances like acid or sulphur.

    "sweet soil"

    "sweet crude oil"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Very pleasing; agreeable.

    "The new Lexus was a sweet birthday gift."

  • Sweet (adjective)

    }} Romantically fixated, enamored (followed by with), fond (followed by of).

    "The attraction was mutual and instant; they were sweet on one another from first sight."

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Fresh; not salt or brackish.

    "sweet water"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Pleasing to the eye; beautiful; mild and attractive; fair.

    "a sweet face; a sweet colour or complexion"

  • Sweet (adverb)

    In a sweet manner.

  • Sweet (noun)

    The basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

  • Sweet (noun)

    A confection made from sugar, or high in sugar content; a candy.

  • Sweet (noun)

    A food eaten for dessert.

    "Can we see the sweet menu, please?"

  • Sweet (noun)

    sweetheart; darling.

  • Sweet (noun)

    That which is sweet or pleasant in odour; a perfume.

  • Sweet (noun)

    Sweetness, delight; something pleasant to the mind or senses.

Wiktionary
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  • Nice (adjective)

    giving pleasure or satisfaction; pleasant or attractive

    "we had a very nice time"

  • Nice (adjective)

    (of a person) good-natured; kind

    "he's a nicer man than Mark"

    "Joe had been very nice to her"

  • Nice (adjective)

    not good; unpleasant

    "that's a nice way to come into my kitchen—no greeting!"

  • Nice (adjective)

    (especially of a difference) slight or subtle

    "there is a nice distinction between self-sacrifice and martyrdom"

  • Nice (adjective)

    requiring careful consideration

    "a nice point"

  • Nice (adjective)

    fastidious; scrupulous.

  • Nice (noun)

    a resort city on the French Riviera, near the border with Italy; population 348,721 (2007).

  • Sweet (adjective)

    having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not salt, sour, or bitter

    "a cup of hot sweet tea"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    (of air, water, or food) fresh, pure, and untainted

    "lungfuls of the clean, sweet air"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    smelling pleasant like flowers or perfume; fragrant

    "a bunch of sweet-scented flowers"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    pleasing in general; delightful

    "it was the sweet life he had always craved"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    highly satisfying or gratifying

    "some sweet, short-lived revenge"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    used in expressions of assent or approval

    "Yeah, I'd like to come to the party. Sweet!"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    working, moving, or done smoothly or easily

    "the sweet handling of this motorcycle"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    (of sound) melodious or harmonious

    "the sweet notes of the flute"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    denoting music, especially jazz, played at a steady tempo without improvisation.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    (of a person or action) pleasant and kind or thoughtful

    "it was sweet of you to come"

    "a very sweet nurse came along"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    charming and endearing

    "a sweet little cat"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    infatuated or in love with

    "she seemed quite sweet on him"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    dear; beloved

    "my sweet love"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    used as a respectful form of address

    "go to thy rest, sweet sir"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    used for emphasis in various phrases and exclamations

    "What had happened? Sweet nothing"

  • Sweet (noun)

    a small shaped piece of confectionery made with sugar

    "a bag of sweets"

  • Sweet (noun)

    a sweet dish forming a course of a meal; a pudding or dessert.

  • Sweet (noun)

    used as an affectionate form of address

    "hello, my sweet"

  • Sweet (noun)

    the sweet part or element of something

    "you have had the bitter, now comes the sweet"

  • Sweet (noun)

    the pleasures or delights found in something

    "the sweets of office"

Oxford Dictionary
  • Nice (adjective)

    Foolish; silly; simple; ignorant; also, weak; effeminate.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Of trifling moment; unimportant; trivial.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Overscrupulous or exacting; hard to please or satisfy; fastidious in small matters.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Delicate; refined; dainty; pure.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Apprehending slight differences or delicate distinctions; distinguishing accurately or minutely; carefully discriminating; as, a nice taste or judgment.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Done or made with careful labor; suited to excite admiration on account of exactness; evidencing great skill; exact; fine; finished; as, nice proportions, nice workmanship, a nice application; exactly or fastidiously discriminated; requiring close discrimination; as, a nice point of law, a nice distinction in philosophy.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Pleasing; agreeable; gratifying; delightful; good; as, a nice party; a nice excursion; a nice day; a nice sauce, etc.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Pleasant; kind; as, a nice person.

  • Nice (adjective)

    Well-mannered; well-behaved; as, nice children.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Having an agreeable taste or flavor such as that of sugar; saccharine; - opposed to sour and bitter; as, a sweet beverage; sweet fruits; sweet oranges.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Pleasing to the smell; fragrant; redolent; balmy; as, a sweet rose; sweet odor; sweet incense.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Pleasing to the ear; soft; melodious; harmonious; as, the sweet notes of a flute or an organ; sweet music; a sweet voice; a sweet singer.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Pleasing to the eye; beautiful; mild and attractive; fair; as, a sweet face; a sweet color or complexion.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Fresh; not salt or brackish; as, sweet water.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Not changed from a sound or wholesome state. Specifically: (a) Not sour; as, sweet milk or bread. (b) Not state; not putrescent or putrid; not rancid; as, sweet butter; sweet meat or fish.

  • Sweet (adjective)

    Plaesing to the mind; mild; gentle; calm; amiable; winning; presuasive; as, sweet manners.

  • Sweet (noun)

    That which is sweet to the taste; - used chiefly in the plural.

  • Sweet (noun)

    That which is sweet or pleasant in odor; a perfume.

  • Sweet (noun)

    That which is pleasing or grateful to the mind; as, the sweets of domestic life.

  • Sweet (noun)

    One who is dear to another; a darling; - a term of endearment.

  • Sweet (adverb)

    Sweetly.

  • Sweet

    To sweeten.

Webster Dictionary
  • Nice (noun)

    a city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean; the leading resort on the French Riviera

  • Nice (adjective)

    pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance;

    "what a nice fellow you are and we all thought you so nasty"

    "nice manners"

    "a nice dress"

    "a nice face"

    "a nice day"

    "had a nice time at the party"

    "the corn and tomatoes are nice today"

  • Nice (adjective)

    socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous;

    "from a decent family"

    "a nice girl"

  • Nice (adjective)

    done with delicacy and skill;

    "a nice bit of craft"

    "a job requiring nice measurements with a micrometer"

    "a nice shot"

  • Nice (adjective)

    excessively fastidious and easily disgusted;

    "too nice about his food to take to camp cooking"

    "so squeamish he would only touch the toilet handle with his elbow"

  • Nice (adjective)

    noting distinctions with nicety;

    "a discriminating interior designer"

    "a nice sense of color"

    "a nice point in the argument"

  • Nice (adjective)

    exhibiting courtesy and politeness;

    "a nice gesture"

  • Sweet (noun)

    English phonetician; one of the founders of modern phonetics (1845-1912)

  • Sweet (noun)

    a dish served as the last course of a meal

  • Sweet (noun)

    a food rich in sugar

  • Sweet (noun)

    the taste experience when sugar dissolves in the mouth

  • Sweet (noun)

    the property of containing sugar

  • Sweet (adjective)

    having a pleasant taste (as of sugar)

  • Sweet (adjective)

    having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub;

    "an angelic smile"

    "a cherubic face"

    "looking so seraphic when he slept"

    "a sweet disposition"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    pleasing to the ear;

    "the dulcet tones of the cello"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    one of the four basic taste sensations; very pleasant; like the taste of sugar or honey

  • Sweet (adjective)

    pleasing to the senses;

    "the sweet song of the lark"

    "the sweet face of a child"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    pleasing to the mind or feeling;

    "sweet revenge"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    having a natural fragrance;

    "odoriferous spices"

    "the odorous air of the orchard"

    "the perfumed air of June"

    "scented flowers"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    (used of wines) having a sweet taste

  • Sweet (adjective)

    not soured or preserved;

    "sweet milk"

  • Sweet (adjective)

    with sweetening added

  • Sweet (adjective)

    not having a salty taste;

    "sweet water"

  • Sweet (adverb)

    in an affectionate or loving manner (`sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of `sweetly');

    "Susan Hayward plays the wife sharply and sweetly"

    "how sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank"

    "talking sweet to each other"

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