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Spell check of nicety

Correct spelling: nicety

ghost, wraith, rightness, shadowiness, accuracy, convenience, veracity, specter, particularity, exactitude, civilization, nuance, amenity, culture, fineness, perfection, refining, ultraprecision, tint, good, purification, mod con, closeness, justness, propriety, tone, minutiae, decency, preciseness, niceness, spectre, modesty, inessentials, luxury, stuff, exactness, datum, integrity, tad, elaboration, irrelevance, virtue, distinction, creature comfort, rigorousness, goodness, particular, dead wood, justice, accurateness, detail, subtlety, nothing, specific, cultivation, shade, right, rigor, purity, non-issue, tincture, delicacy, accommodation, polish, correctness, civilisation, refinement, finish, point, appropriateness, adjunct, shadiness, trivia, respectability.

falsehood, falseness, indefiniteness, carelessness, misconception, inaccuracy, fallacy, weight, misstatement, burden, millstone, falsity, wrongness, impreciseness, looseness, guesswork, imprecision, roundness, error, inexactness, vagueness, incorrectness, myth, approximation, roughness, inexactitude, coarseness.

Examples of usage:

1) They were treated, so far as I could perceive, precisely alike; and their resemblance to each other was then so striking, it would have been a matter of great nicety to distinguish them. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) It fitted her little finger just to a nicety. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) The nicety with which he did certain dissecting work in preparation for one of Magendie's lessons attracted the attention of the professor, at that time the greatest living experimental physiologist. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.