Rhymes With Nice

 

Hello and welcome to our list of words that rhyme with nice!

We already know that nice generally refers to things that are positive, pleasant and constructive in definition, and can describe not only objects and environments, but also ideas, actions, concepts and people. Since it’s such a versatile word with a broad range of appropriate applications, each meaning and context of use has its own subtle shade of definition. Since we already have lists of nice adjectives and synonyms, I tried to make this list relate to nice words in a different way – through rhyme. So rather than sounding nice, or having nice meanings, this list is filled with words meant to be used alongside the word “nice”. I’ve separated it into syllable amount for ease of reading. I hope you find this list handy:

So before we get into it, what is a word that rhymes with nice anyway? Rhyming refers to words that sound almost exactly alike even though their spellings and meanings may be completely different. So for a word to rhyme with nice, it has to match nice’s primary “ice” sound, with the emphasis and stress on the “i”, resulting in a long “ai” sound, rather than “ih”. In consideration of this, this list focuses only on words that have that sound as well. If this list has got you interested in rhyming words and you’d like to have a deeper look at what our language has to offer, Rhyme Zone has plenty of words that rhyme with nice to choose from.Along with being a great addition to your vocabulary, these nice words can be very useful to use in explanations, stories, and poems. They’re expressive and explanatory and they sound great, making anything you’re working on a more attractive and enjoyable read.

one syllable:

  • dice (n.) an object with multiple numbered sides, used in games of chance and probability.
  • guise (n.) a facade or perceived appearance which is usually hiding the true or original character of something.
  • vise (n.) a clamp used to hold objects in place; usually used in construction and woodworking.
  • bice (n.) a colour derived from a blue-green pigment.
  • twice (adj.) occurring two times, not necessarily consecutively.
  • vice (n.) a weakness, usually of an unethical and secretive nature.
  • splice (v.) to join or connect multiple parts.
  • gneiss (adj.) a metamorphic rock with a banded structure.
  • slice (v.) to cut.
  • lyse (v.) to undergo lysis (the disintegration of a cell).
  • trice (adj.) happening quickly.
  • thrice (adj.) occurring three times, not necessarily consecutively.
  • ice (n.) frozen water.
  • lice (n.) parasitic insects that live on mammalian skin.
  • syce (n.) a caretaker of horses (usually particular to India).
  • rice (n.) a type of grain.
  • mice (n.) plural form of mouse (a small rodent).
  • price (n.) the monetary value of an item.
  • spice (n.) an aromatic seasoning.

two syllables:

  • advice (n.) verbal guidance or assistance.
  • device (n.) a machine made for a particular purpose.
  • allspice (n.) a type of spice derived from the dried fruit of a Caribbean tree.
  • precise (adj.) to be exact and accurate.
  • suffice (v.) enough; satisfactory.
  • concise (adj.) short and to the point.
  • excise (v.) to be surgically removed or cut out.
  • entice (v.) to tempt.

three syllables:

  • edelweiss (n.) a mountainous European flower.
  • paradise (n.) another word for heaven; a perfect place.
  • merchandise (n.) items for buying and selling.
  • overnice (adj.) overly picky or fussy.
  • imprecise (adj.) messy; inexact in method.
  • sacrifice (n.) to forgo something to benefit or obtain something else.
  • cockatrice (n.) a mythical creature commonly depicted as a two-legged dragon with a cockerel’s head.
  • overprice (v.) to price an item too highly.

 

These nice adjectives were inspired by and collected from my travels through different forms of media throughout my day – articles, books, song lyrics and websites (and sometimes lying around, forcing myself to think of words I like). In particular, websites like Dictionary.com, Quora, Tumblr, Pinterest, Positive Words Research, Adjectives Starting and The Phrontistery were all very helpful. If you’ve got any other word sources that you’d like to share, or have suggestions for other nice words, leave a comment or send an email.

I hope you found this list a worthwhile read. Making this list was a lot of fun and of course there were plenty of great words that unfortunately couldn’t quite make the cut – so if reading this list of words that rhyme with nice has got you interested in reading more about similar nice rhymes, you can find other great collections at Rhymer or at Rhymes.Net. Also, since I was the only one curating and editing this list of nice words, I had to depend on my personal sense of judgement and aesthetics. Unfortunately I am not the Boss Lady of All Words that Rhyme with Nice, so if you disagree with any of my choices in this list of nice adjectives, please get in contact and let me know.

While I do collect words, I am always careful to write the meanings myself, so if you find a definition here that looks a little too similar to another that you’ve seen, please let me know asap and I’ll work on updating my wording as quick as I can. Likewise, if you find any mistakes – meanings that require updating, definitions that need better punctuation or words that are incorrectly spelled, get in contact.

Thanks again for visiting our site, and as always, our very best wishes to you on your internet travels – be nice on social media, hydrate before bed, eat some kind of veggie tomorrow. <3

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