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This word is also in the group 100 IELTS Words.
  • a subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound.
  • give nuances to.
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The new animation done specifically for this release captures every nuance of the series.

Rather, he is a musician’s musician, one who harvests a composition for its intimacy and expressive nuance.

Well, I don’t think the objection captures the nuance of the Catholic position.

There is no nuance to her character, no secret artistic passion or deep personal pain.

Blogging can only tolerate so much serious, prolonged, highly nuanced discussion among total strangers.

He joined Barista as a brew master and soon mastered the finer nuances of coffee.

Cultural nuances play a roll in the use and acceptance of communications technologies in Asia.

Robin Rose is known for subtly nuanced, richly textured paintings that examine the expressive possibilities of monochromatic abstraction.

But as with all legal matters, there’s the written policy, and then there are nuanced interpretations.

To them, I say, you obviously don’t appreciate the subtle comedic nuances of Question Time.

Attention to such alternative strategies, Best claims, provides a more nuanced understanding of deviance and social control.

He needs to get a little bigger, but he understands the nuances of a difficult position.

I found one assertion quite problematic in Coleman’s otherwise delicate and nuanced discussion, however.

Blackwood’s earliest stories exhibit a richly nuanced appreciation of the monstrosity of ordinary life.

But for Judaism, the Hebrew Bible cannot be properly understood without grasping the nuances of its original language.

You can savor delicate musical nuances without disturbing others.

Silence here is related to nuances of meaning and shifts in a writer’s focus.

Field shows how we can and should embrace a more nuanced understanding of human nature.

“Baby We’ll Be Fine ” is a devastatingly nuanced portrait of a struggling couple.

With her full concentration on her subject, she caught little nuances those with pads or recorders missed.

Washington and Schreiber both turn in finely nuanced performances in roles that could easily have been overly simplistic.

Nuanced analysis was sorely lacking from the recent UK debate about the problem with nurseries.

Perfectly pitched, delicately nuanced and intimate, they had lost none of their impact with the reduction in scale.

The performances are finely nuanced, capturing the complexities of real life individuals and avoiding caricature.

Subdued and meditative, delicately nuanced yet startlingly expressive, the paintings capture the transience and the essence of beauty.

Students also appreciated the added nuances and inflections of meaning that are possible in speech.

Yet even the more refined and nuanced approaches of Le Goff and Schmitt fail to convince fully.

What other moods and emotional nuances are portrayed by the rapper actors?

In short, he’s learning subtle nuances.

Corporate and government leaders can’t grasp the nuances of a process - they have no idea.