subtile[ suht-l, suhb-til ]SEE DEFINITION OF subtile
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBTILE
What subtile questions are cleared up by them in a very short time!
A wordless question is asked, a subtile understanding is vouchsafed.
This we may confirm by a reflection, which to some will, perhaps, appear too subtile and refined.
His reason is dispersed and shadowy, more thin and subtile, like the air.
That which is the subtile essence, in it all that exists has itself.
And the traveller Leopold said that he should go otherwhither for he was a man of cautels and a subtile.
Unfortunately for me, doubtlessly, that is so subtile, that I do not understand it.
Some subtile disquietude had arisen to disturb his serenity.
You cannot see the subtile power conveyed from one man to a weaker.
With the cold and critical she would have lost her subtile charm.