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nice trifling, unimportant, petty: “nice crutch,” 2 HENRY IV., i. 1. 145 ( “effeminate,” STAUNTON) ; “nice and wanton reason,” 2 HENRY IV., iv. 1. 191 ; “the respects thereof are nice and trivial,” RICHARD III., iii. 7. 175 ; “How nice the quarrel was,” ROMEO AND JULIET, iii. 1. 151 ; “The letter was not nice,” ROMEO AND JULIET, v. 2. 18 ; “every nice offence,” JULIUS CAESAR, iv. 3. 8 ; “mine hours Were nice” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, iii. 13. 180. ( “delicate, courtly, flowing in peace,” WARBURTON , “trifling, toying, wanton,” Todd's Johnson's Dict.

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