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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnieceniece /niːs/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  FAMILYthe daughter of your brother or sister, or the daughter of your wife’s or husband’s brother or sisternephew, aunt, uncle
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nieceIt's not so much that he's lost a niece, more a potential playmate.Her nephews and nieces were all gathered around the table chattering happily over their food.As they moved towards the next tee she nodded towards her niece.For one, Chilcott had kept his temper, hoping to coax his niece round to his point of view.
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