adjective, sub·til·er, sub·til·est.
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Rupert Sinclair could be no longer the credulous and unsuspecting victim of a subtile and self-interested world.
What subtile questions are cleared up by them in a very short time!The Phantom World|Augustin Calmet
The subtile thought in many Protean shapes played before her fancy, but she would not try to catch it—no!The Golden Dog|William Kirby
Yet in this work there were no subtile ties of blood, no natural bias as there would be in favor of the land of his birth.The Prehistoric World|E. A. Allen
She arose to her feet, and with a deference that lent a subtile grace to her expression, offered it to her questioner.The Bondwoman|Marah Ellis Ryan