But of all these biases, mumbling is the subtle, underappreciated one.
But it was the subtle things like his trademark side-smile or his formal “Mr. Torre” ways that had us swooning.
Most insta-polls reported Obama the winner, but viewers may have missed his subtle gestures of dominance.
As the project progressed, I felt a subtle change happening to me, as though I was picking up some of his spiritual magnetism.
He was a little more delicate than I was when a friend asked what I thought about the series: "It SUCKS," was my subtle response.
A subtle atmosphere distinguishes a town in England from a town in France, or even in Scotland.
Depend upon it, this happiness is too subtle and too divine a thing for our management.
His face seemed strangely chastened, and the voice which craved a private interview filled me somehow with subtle hope and joy.
Good taste is the most subtle of all the codes of judgment which are cultivated by the mores.
His defence contains many superb passages and is a masterpiece of gentle irony and subtle exposure of error.
c.1300, sutel, soutil, in reference to things, "of thin consistency;" in reference to craftsmen, "skilled, clever," from Old French soutil, from Latin subtilis "fine, thin, delicate, finely woven," from sub "under" (see sub-) + -tilis, from tela "web" and texere "to weave" (see texture). The spelling with -b- reflects confusion with subtile. Most non-material senses were present by late 14c.