While some claim there was a massive White House operation to cover up the attacks, Rogers and McKeon see a more nuanced story.
With William and Kate, however, the picture is more nuanced.
The picture is also more nuanced when it comes to the races lower down on the ballots.
Obama, as you would expect, is a more nuanced tough guy than Bush.
Casting a Native American actor also might have provided the filmmakers with a more nuanced view of Native American culture.
Pakistani security officials offer a more nuanced explanation.
Bilingual readers point out that the Newsweek story is more nuanced than is being reported in French.
Reading between the lines of the Telegraph interview, however, it seems, the story may be more nuanced.
Though this shocked me, it also made for a more nuanced book.
That administration's false choices of evil versus good need be rejected in favor of a tough but more nuanced approach.
1781, from French nuance "slight difference, shade of color" (17c.), from nuer "to shade," from nue "cloud," from Gallo-Romance *nuba, from Latin nubes "a cloud, mist, vapor," from PIE *sneudh- "fog" (cf. Avestan snaoda "clouds," Latin obnubere "to veil," Welsh nudd "fog," Greek nython, in Hesychius "dark, dusky"). According to Klein, a reference to "the different colors of the clouds."
1886, from nuance (n.). Related: Nuanced.
A fine shade of meaning: “I liked the film, but I know I missed some of its nuances.”