Use Nuance in a sentence
Meaning: [noun] slight, hardly noticeable difference ;
All of these points are missing significant nuance, and some seem at odds with surrounding context.
An app can give you a direct translation but can’t account for nuance, tone, or context in the same way a tutor might.
You’re an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don’t understand the nuances of Japanese.
Every nuance and detail is pursued with passion and determination..
Still, the level of detail, nuance, and overlapping obligations is impressive.
How do you condense the message into a single pictograph without sacrificing nuance?
It captures the light and shadow of everyday life, the nuance of human conversation.
In such times every word, every nuance of every report on the CNN can attract criticism.
You basically see the same show, but there were subtle nuance choices of the different actors.
And on the subject of nuance, Fischbeck says the news coverage of his study didn’t have a lot.