Nuance Sentence Examples

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  • Because she is a chef, she notices every nuance of flavor in the meal.

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  • He was aware of every nuance in her voice.

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  • Look closely, and you will notice the nuance of color in the fall leaves.

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  • Our eyes and facial expressions can communicate virtually every subtle nuance of emotion.

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  • Collin loves to analyze every little nuance of our conversation.

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  • I wish I wasn't so conscious of every little nuance.

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  • She managed to capture every nuance of his expression in the portrait.

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  • I am amazed at the human brain's capacity to recognize each nuance of speech.

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  • For a wife or a girlfriend, the fear of infidelity can have you studying every nuance of his behavior and questioning what signs you should be looking for.

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  • All this detective work and attention to linguistic nuanceslows our pace.

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  • I enjoy observing each little nuance of the changing of the seasons.

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  • I don't want to miss a nuance from the great man, not even a flicker of an eyelid.

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  • To perfect his game, the rookie golfer watched every nuance of his mentor’s swing.

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  • Books offer a nuance that the web cannot.

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  • It is difficult to get exactly the right nuance in your words as you translate; using a dictionary for the most important words will inevitably raise the quality and precision of your translation.

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  • Beth was overly concerned with every little nuance in the film.

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  • Bill Bell crafted a show that told every beat and nuance of the tale.

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  • Creators Bill and Lee Phillip Bell believed in investing in the characters, drawing out every nuance and allowing viewers a very full picture of their characters.

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  • Dance notations do not notate every nuance and is more of a generalized overview.

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  • The Natural Language Understanding component using typed unification grammar (Regulus) is linked to a commercial speaker-independent speech recognition system (Nuance).

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  • Within fine arts, this etymological nuance has been elaborated into a full-fledged aesthetic distinction between the naked and the nude, a distinction most famously articulated by Kenneth Clark.

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  • This is a pleaser in the mouth with springy grapefruit and lime flavors augmented with soft grass and flint, which turns with downward embellishment of round buttery texture, with just the right nuance.

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  • Since the paint dries quickly and the spray gun allows for detailed work, you can build up a design with shadow, nuance and detail.

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  • This was thick and large on the palate but held some nuance.

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  • Reveals were not drawn out, the beats of the story were not drawn out for every nuance to be appreciated and suddenly, fans couldn't afford to miss a day or they might miss a key scene that changed the soap landscape.

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  • Her singing was both warmth of sound and delicacy of nuance.

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  • The resulting Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon would be a complex, balanced, and silky smooth red with nuance and depth.

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  • The primary varietal in Rioja is Tempranillo, and it provides the structure, flavor, aroma, and nuance to the region's wine.

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  • Their recaps covered each and every nuance of the event.

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  • Zinfandel is the virile and lusty kingpin in Dry Creek while Pinot Noir expresses nuance, finesse, and cherry sexiness in Russian River.

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  • For the poetic, and the deeply romantic, additional expressions can nuance your feelings of love for a person.

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  • Oxygenating the wine is what allows it to breathe quickly so that it can and more flavor, nuance and complexity.

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  • In general, Rioja wines are aromatic, flavorful, earthy, and display nuance and delicacy.

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  • The fragile nuance of the situation amazed him.

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  • Her singing was both wamth of sound and delicacy of nuance.

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