Thesaurus / make nice
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Sour apples, cranberries, and dried peaches, all make nice tarts.
Cut off the roots of the tongues, they are not good smoked, but they make nice pies.
The young are easily caught and tamed, and make nice pets for children.
Serve hot or if sliced cold, lay plate and heavy weight on ham over night to make nice firm slices.
They say they make nice pets, and I am going to take my dog home for Norval.
TO AND THROUGH NEBRASKAFRANCES I. SIMS FULTON
We want to show how much we love you, and we make nice cake for you, and many other good things.
MARMADUKE MERRYWILLIAM H. G. KINGSTON
You hear, he very hungry snake, and you make nice tea for him.
THE IVORY CHILDH. RIDER HAGGARD
Work, always thinking of how to make nice things to eat for the traveling public, and how to keep expenses paid.
"If we had enough wood and a saw we could make nice cubby-holes, one for each bundle," remarked Tom, his head on one side.
Her manner was warm and impulsive to seriousness, but Paul was in no humor to make nice distinctions.
A SON OF HAGARSIR HALL CAINE

WORDS RELATED TO MAKE NICE

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