from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. With subtleness, in a subtle manner. With cleverness rather than brute force.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a subtle manner; slyly; artfully; cunningly.
- adv. Nicely; delicately.
- adv. Deceitfully; delusively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a subtle manner; with subtlety.
- Slyly; artfully; cunningly.
- Deceitfully; delusively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a subtle manner
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One gets that disheartening impression that the Caucus posters relish in subtly amplifying the FOX News “flip-flopper” meme.
Along the way, Stubin subtly reveals how a book's index, though it looks unassuming, should be the product of long and careful thought.
Of course, consult your doctor first before switching out any medication (especially as some commenters are saying generics can actually vary subtly from the brand name, and some patients can have adverse reactions to different kinds of thyroid meds).
Scenes alternate between Peder Forbarth, a lowly 'sartorial' who happens across a near-legendary suit of clothes that begin subtly altering him, and a Ziode ship secretly probing the origins of the Caean culture.
His non-judgmental cinema creates a flirtation utilizing an unsentimental balance between compassion and sensitivity, steeped in subtly deep melodrama but frequently with an overall bleak and pessimistic outlook.
This Great American poster was not alone in subtly distorting reality.
As though he could read her mind, his expression subtly changed.
These variations result in subtly different characters.
The main use for that particular answer to Nan was to let her know as subtly as possible that she was not to impart that information either, if one of the other pupils asked her.
I like it better when inside jokes and backscratching are written in subtly enough that an outsider doesnt notice them.