Also sub·til·i·ty [suhb-til-i-tee] /sʌbˈtɪl ɪ ti/.
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Examples from the Web for subtilties
These are subtilties of experience which, after all, one does not impart.London Films
William Dean Howells
And all his subtilties to set you free, With all his heart and will too.Kin.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (8 of 10)
By the subtilties of dialectic quibbling, he had attempted to prove that "change" meant "permanence," and "motion" meant "rest."Christianity and Greek Philosophy
Benjamin Franklin Cocker
He will keep the discourse of the men of renown, and will enter in amidst the subtilties of parables.
The niceties and subtilties of law are all to be used in support of right and equity.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 18 (of 20)