Nuanced sentence example
- This needs to be carefully nuanced; illegal acts were not all regarded in the same way.
- These words may, additionally, be nuanced by means of, for instance, grammatical inflection.
- So the whole legal position is very, very nuanced.
- His nuanced performances hit all the right notes whether he was feuding with Victor Newman, mourning the loss of his unborn child with Nikki or he was trying to live up to his father's hopes and dreams.
- These models are specifically designed to give a certain nuanced sound.Advertisement
- Ray's mastery turned a starkly conventional plot into a subtly nuanced story which topped the Bengali box office for months.
- The midrange proper is first-rate - clear, even, finely nuanced, with a particularly precise image.
- I think he gave such a beautifully nuanced performance.
- By the late 1890s CÃ©zanne's mastery of the medium allowed for a range of highly nuanced luminous effects.
- These nations will play a substantial role in shaping this new English, as they bring grammatical structure, idioms, and nuanced words from their native tongue.Advertisement
- White wine may keep for a little bit longer, maybe an extra day or two but be warned, it will taste a little flat and generally loses any or all of its nuanced flavor and aromatic characteristics.
- Peppery is used to describe wines that have nuanced spiced flavors.
- Gellar delivered a nuanced performance as the troubled child of a troubled woman and their conflicts were so powerfully felt on screen that Gellar earned a Daytime Emmy award.
- The second general rule kind of follows the first one: no complex and deeply nuanced wines.
- Natal charts are highly nuanced, and these details make it such that more than one individual may complement a person to a very high degree.Advertisement
- As the matriarch of the Forrester family, Flannery has delivered a nuanced role of the powerful woman who clings too tightly to her children and battles other women for the love of Forrester patriarch Eric.
- The reason: the same sexist and sick behavior seen on popular reality TV shows such as MTV's Real World and The Bachelor can also be found on mainstream dramas like The Sopranos, only there it's referred to as "nuanced storytelling."
- As Kimberly, Marcia Cross delivered a nuanced performance of a physician slowly going mad.