Nice and quiet - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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nice and (something)
Very something. Used to emphasize how nice something is because of the particular quality named after "and." 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.
nice and some quality
[being or having] enough of some quality; adequately; sufficiently. It is nice and cool this evening. I think your steak is nice and done now, just the way you like it.
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
MATHEW TYERMAN, an unemployed 26-year-old, said: "It's nice and quiet
with a real sense of community."
Ashley McCabe, nine "It is nice and quiet
so I can get to sleep."
"It's nice and quiet
- you don't get much trouble up here - and it's ideal for a family, with quiet roads.