(1) orchestral playing of great finesse(2) Kumar's diplomatic finesse wins him high marks from the board.(3) clients want advice and action that calls for considerable finesse(4) And I learnt from my Parsi connections through marriage that death and sorrow can be handled with so much finesse , so much dignity.(5) She knew it was too heavy to swing with any great skill or finesse , but holding it ready brought her a greater sense of comfort.(6) What is unique to the art is that one did not use brute strength to overpower an opponent, but rather skill, finesse and flexibility.(7) There is an inherently satisfying quality to sharing the gratification of skill, finesse and excitement with a substantial number of individuals.(8) Obviously the clan is upset, and again, if you ask me, I think it's being handled with a certain lack of finesse .(9) She performs the hoopla-hoop on freezing ice with dexterity and finesse and is unarguably one of the greatest performers in her chosen field.(10) He neglected to finesse his connections the right way.(11) How about good, clean, hard-hitting hockey that displays skill, speed and finesse ?(12) Some interpreters attempt to finesse the problem, claiming that it is irrelevant.(13) Confronted by the latest request, Atlanta politicians seem to be looking for a way to finesse this issue, also.(14) Russian nationalism had grown in the 1930s, but had been handled with some finesse .(15) Georgi's brilliant interpretative finesse in skilful performance is a delight throughout.(16) Specifically, value is misconstrued here, she maintains, since Derrida fails to finesse the theory of surplus-value in the way that Marx does.