A value determining how much processor time to concede to a running process. (See also nice (verb), renice.)(noun)
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Use "niceness" in a sentence
"Generic niceness is a dangerous trait to give a character – particularly the protagonist."
"Worcestershire, to be paternal to his workmen, to be known as Squire, and to bring his children up in the older Moreton 'niceness' -- he had yet managed to make his ploughs quite celebrated, to found a little town, and die still handsome and clean-shaved at the age of sixty-six."
"There are the softies in love with international law and international institutions, who hold that niceness is nice because it’s nice and the United States should be nicer."