Thesaurus / gradation

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The gradation and modulation of the blue, indeed, even the quality of the blue itself, are all better in the later pieces.

Gradation can and must also be observed in the study of the semantic aspect of a language.

Of all the nations of Europe, I know of none, save Italy, in which the characters are the same in every class and gradation.

Sometimes in the last-named genus, as also in Pteridophyllum, every gradation between simple and compound leaves may be traced.

Vegetable TeratologyMaxwell T. Masters

But harmony and gradation of colour always give me more pleasure than contrast.

Mary's MeadowJuliana Horatia Ewing

Every shift and twist is subtly adapted to his audience of Churchmen, and the gradation of his pleading no less subtly contrived.

Children of three years are able to put all of the tints into gradation.

The Montessori MethodMaria Montessori

The gradation both in thought and in expression is easy and natural.

Every gradation of display between splendour and misery is epitomized in the circuit of the Boulevards.

We can find no term in the gradation, from the plowshare to the cathedral buttress, at which we can set a logical distinction.

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