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Spell check of subtle

Correct spelling: subtle

Synonyms:
implicit, hidden, problematic, academic, chintzy, comical, scurrilous, complex, devious, beguiling, quick-witted, waggish, bedecked, funny, big, nice, discerning, snaky, knowing, jocular, minute, slippery, tricky, indirect, canny, finespun, exact, nuanced, masterful, illusive, indistinct, tough, smooth, exquisite, subliminal, dainty, serpentine, perceptive, sarcastic, resourceful, deft, smart, bright, sparkling, delicate, rare, insinuated, crafty, foxy, delicately, wise, bejeweled, problematical, ethereal, definite, insidious, refined, wily, slick, dry, cute, pestilent, wary, brilliant, facetious, feline, gossamer, intelligent, impalpable, keen, pointed, inferred, sharp, quick, clear-sighted, baneful, pernicious, artful, knotty, shrewd, hairsplitting, designing, droll, beaded, urbane, blurred, underlying, decorative, detailed, fine, adroit, astute, sagacious, subtile, airy, suggestive, penetrating, hairline, undetected, elusive, scheming, ill-defined, able, guileful, discriminating, wispy, calculating, busy, inventive, harmful, discreet, mental, cunning, ingenious, faint, embossed, baffling, sly, emblazoned, dodgy, precise, unclear, invisible, skillful, deadly, cagey, inconspicuous, feeble, unobtrusive, penetrative, pithy, clever, acute, masterly, implied, witty, inward, imperceptible, sophisticated, perspicacious, joking, scintillating, fuzzy, tenuous.

Antonyms:
harmless, unpretending, unintelligent, medium, unperceptive, stolid, unaffected, apparent, sincere, broad, undesigning, slipshod, unmistakable, ordinary, imbecile, unambiguous, open, coarse, guileless, perspicuous, forthright, run-of-the-mill, indefinite, strong, real, plainspoken, patent, mediocre, middling, common, slapdash, natural, trustful, artless, careless, transparent, evident, candid, inexact, unequivocal, unconcealed, open-and-shut, public, direct, shallow, unsophisticated, obvious, fair, impressionable, unstudied, aboveboard, idiotic, trusting, ingenuous, childlike, honest, crude, palpable, undiscerning, unpretentious, unforced, plain, second-rate, unworldly, unvarnished, sturdy, simple, dull, robust, straightforward, blind, rough, frank, clear, sloppy, indifferent, simpleminded, innocent, average, tangible, heedless, unperceiving, incautious, outspoken, manifest, clear-cut.

Examples of usage:

1) " He is the clock," he says, " that has marked several of the most subtle hours of the human soul." - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

2) The Far- Away Princess is one of the most subtle and most delicate of Sudermann's plays. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) She had some subtle warning that he was afraid of her love, of her tenderness, which, with its fine edge, might prize open the inner shell of his being and discover the trouble and tremulous fury of emotion which lay hidden within. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

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