Origin of nuance
OTHER WORDS FROM nuancenu·anced, adjective
How to use nuance in a sentence
They discuss the nuances of how we should approach our football fandom in light of the science about what it does to people and how to think about the important cultural value that football adds to American life.
Protecting user privacy makes sense, of course, but one would hope there would be some nuance to the data that’s withheld.Google Ads to limit Search Terms reporting, citing privacy|Ginny Marvin|September 2, 2020|Search Engine Land
Equality means everyone is given the same opportunity, but equity allows for nuances in how a person is able to access that opportunity.Deep Dive: How companies and their employees are facing the future of work|Digiday|September 1, 2020|Digiday
If that is what is driving anti-maskers’ refusals, then Kant’s framework could help pro-maskers see the ethical nuance of the situation.
Navigating the shift to a remote workforce was one thing, but determining when and how to shift back to office culture is another matter altogether, and it is fraught with important nuances.We’re trying a petition-based approach to get people back to the office ASAP|Janet Van Huysse|July 6, 2020|Quartz
People always have to perceive the problems before them, including many unexpected nuances, and decide how to handle them.
You are great at capturing tiny nuances about the human experience.
But even if he didn't understand all of the nuances of Lou's disability, he was convinced it was serious.The Stacks: The Day Lou Gehrig Delivered Baseball’s Gettysburg Address|Ray Robinson|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His only offense was a moral one, though none of his critics could possibly know the terms and nuances of his marriage.
The pair traveled to Penn Hills at least a dozen times over three months, teasing out the nuances and former life of the property.A Most Illegal Adventure with New York City’s Wildest Underground Event Planners|Nina Strochlic|December 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Although delighting in intricacy of design and delicate nuances of shading, it prefers durability to all other qualities.Bizarre|Lawton Mackall
One might go about studying nuances, contrasting tones, and yet value that truth eternally.Love's Usuries|Louis Creswicke
I was wondering how the dispute might develop, but evidently my ear is unattuned to the nuances of these dialectics.Observations of an Orderly|Ward Muir
Kneisel kept me at during the entire lesson, till I was able to adjust its tone-color and nuances to the accompanying harmony.Violin Mastery|Frederick H. Martens
My landscape, always primitive in its precision, now took on a subtlety of nuances, a richness of variety essentially modern.Letters of a Soldier|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for nuance
Word Origin for nuance
Cultural definitions for nuance
A fine shade of meaning: “I liked the film, but I know I missed some of its nuances.”