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    color

    But as we noted in 2007, the unnecessary “of” in “not that big of a deal” doesn’t seem to add any particular emphasis or color (though it might add informality).
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    I have checked On Look Dictionary, and found different meanings for the word color. I could say that the exact meaning of color in here is 'interesting details' as it shown here:
    colour noun (INTEREST)

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    Re: color

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    I have checked On Look Dictionary, and found different meanings for the word color. I could say that the exact meaning of color in here is 'interesting details' as it shown here:
    colour noun (INTEREST)
    Yes, that is close to the intended meaning.

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