Nice and quiet - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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nice and (something)
A construction used to emphasize how nice something is because of a particular quality that one names. I love your new house! It's nice and bright inside! Ah, this lemonade is nice and cold—just the thing for such a hot day.
ˌnice and ˈpeaceful, ˈcomfortable, ˈwarm, etc. pleasantly peaceful, etc: Sit by the fire. It’s nice and warm there. ♢ Drink your coffee while it’s nice and hot.
References in periodicals archive
She's so nice and quiet
and seems so innocent, you wouldn't expect anything, but she's an instigator.
Ashley McCabe, nine "It is nice and quiet
so I can get to sleep.