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nuanced

[ noo-ahnst, nyoo-, noo-ahnst, nyoo- ]
/ ˈnu ɑnst, ˈnyu-, nuˈɑnst, nyu- /
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adjective
expressing or involving subtle distinctions: Their opinions are always nuanced and informing. Life is wonderfully nuanced, textured, complicated, beautiful, and rich.
characterized by slight difference or variation in color, tone, flavor, etc.: Dawn and dusk imposed softer, darker shades of nuanced, shadowed light.
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OTHER WORDS FROM nuanced

un·nu·anced, adjective

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