Ignorant; weak; foolish.Trivial; unimportant.Fastidious; very particular or scrupulous; dainty; difficult to please or satisfy; exacting; squeamish.Discriminating; critical; discerning; acute.Characterized by exactness, accuracy, or precision; formed or performed with precision or minuteness and exactness of detail; accurate; exact; precise: as, nice proportions; nice calculations or workmanship.Fine; delicate; involving or demanding scrupulous care or consideration; subtle; difficult to treat or settle.Delicate; soft; tender to excess; hence, easily influenced or injured.Modest; coy; reserved.Pleasant or agreeable to the senses; delicate; tender; sweet; delicious; dainty; as, a nice bit; a nice tint.Pleasing or agreeable in general.Agreeable; pleasant; good: applied to persons.[Nice in this sense is very common in colloquial use as a general epithet of approbation applicable to anything that pleases.]Synonyms Nice., Dainty, Fastidious, Squeamish, finical, delicate, exquisite, effeminate, fussy. Nice is the most general of the first four words; it suggests careful choice: as, he is nice in his language and in his dress; it is rarely used of overwrought delicacy. Dainty is stronger than nice, and ranges from a commendable particularity to fastidiousness: as, to be dainty in one's choice of clothes or company; a dainty virtue. Fastidious almost always means a somewhat proud or haughty particularity; a fastidious person is hard to please, because he objects to minute points or to some point in almost everything. Squeamish is founded upon the notion of feeling nausea; hence it means fastidious to an extreme, absurdly particular.Definite, rigorous, strict.Accurate, Correct, Exact, etc. See accurate.Luscious, savory, palatable.