nuance

[ noo-ahns, nyoo-, noo-ahns, nyoo-; French ny-ahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF nuance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NUANCE

There was a nuance of profound bewilderment in her exclamation.

They do not understand me; the big noisy boors do not understand rhythm or nuance.

He was the master of the nuance, and the nuance was his lyricism, his special gift, his genius.

Of course I don't expect you, just at first, to feel the difference, to see the nuance.

The sand is fine as face powder, nuance Rachel, packed hard.

He is a nuance, and is the first German to understand women!

Never colour, only nuance—and the slash and sweep of a drastic imagination.

Introspective her glance, sympathetic and not without a nuance of melancholy.

Maurice Barrs is a metaphysical Chopin in his feeling for nuance.

They were artistic, but not artistic enough to appreciate the nuance of the story-telling art.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NUANCE

subtlety

nouna fine distinction
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