The pair traveled to Penn Hills at least a dozen times over three months, teasing out the nuances and former life of the property.
How many of the decision makers in Israel can confidently respond to the nuances of API?
But the nuances of her stage persona are not all that important, his lawyer says.
Rather, it often comes down to colliding worldviews on the authority of Scripture and nuances of faith among ministries and media.
His only offense was a moral one, though none of his critics could possibly know the terms and nuances of his marriage.
My landscape, always primitive in its precision, now took on a subtlety of nuances, a richness of variety essentially modern.
It has been well said that words are inadequate to describe the nuances of taste.
He was a stickler for the nuances of behaviour, especially in women.
In spite of the shock, the newness, Dr. Stern was sensitive to nuances.
Kneisel kept me at during the entire lesson, till I was able to adjust its tone-color and nuances to the accompanying harmony.
1781, from French nuance "slight difference, shade of color" (17c.), from nuer "to shade," from nue "cloud," from Gallo-Romance *nuba, from Latin nubes "a cloud, mist, vapor," from PIE *sneudh- "fog" (cf. Avestan snaoda "clouds," Latin obnubere "to veil," Welsh nudd "fog," Greek nython, in Hesychius "dark, dusky"). According to Klein, a reference to "the different colors of the clouds."
1886, from nuance (n.). Related: Nuanced.
A fine shade of meaning: “I liked the film, but I know I missed some of its nuances.”