Noun(1) a small lump or protuberance(2) a small piece(3) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
(1) Let us cut to the nub of the matter about why we are debating this bill.(2) The nub of the problem is the term District which allows clubs to transfer every season if they wish.(3) The nub of the matter is that they start their crickety noises in the morning, at about 9 a.m., and this goes on until 6 in the evening.(4) But the nub of the problem again looks like being delayed discharges otherwise known as ├ö├ç├┐bed blocking├ö├ç├û, when elderly people are waiting to be discharged from hospital and into care.(5) In his view, the nub of the referendum debate will be: ├ö├ç├┐Do we want to be key decision-makers and players in Europe, or do we want to be in a sort of second-class status?├ö├ç├û(6) The dreary May weather had ground me down to a blunt nub .(7) The nub of the problem in Lancaster is that there's no temporary accommodation to house people.(8) the nub of the problem lies elsewhere(9) The ownership of land has been the nub of popular discontent in Britain since the Normans, when much of England and Wales - and large slices of Scotland and Ireland - was handed out piecemeal to henchmen.(10) The nub of the problem with the Government's social coalition is that it invites business to make a token contribution in the context of the Government contributing less than it should.(11) This is the core of the applicant's submission and it is the nub of his Honour's reasoning.(12) His ├ö├ç├┐eyes,├ö├ç├û the optical sensory nodes that rested on the lower side of his sensory nub , were closed and he didn't get to see what happened.(13) a nub of gold(14) This was not surprising when the holding of multiple elective offices by male bosses was the nub of a tight patronage system that promoted the interests of male colleagues first.(15) There, as in the other cave, was the small nub of rock that was slightly discolored.(16) Now, here is the nub of the matter and the next - possibly cataclysmic - pitfall into which Labour, in its enduring arrogance and self-interest, may well fall.
1. crux ::
2. marrow ::
3. stub ::
4. nubble ::
Different Formsnub, nubian, nubs
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