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Put on a headset and nature’s own tone, thunder, is not only accompanied by soft rumbling in your ears, it also subtly rolls though your controller.

Hopefully, developers will work it subtly into the game when it makes sense.

Things to consider when buying wireless earbudsSome products telegraph their features with flashy designs, but the best wireless earbuds will integrate with a user’s routine so subtly that you could almost forget they’re there.

The pandemic has subtly normalized the expanded use of ankle monitors around the world.

Three months later, the WHO’s guidance has changed subtly but still only suggests airborne transmission plays a limited role.

He subtly gestured toward the direction of the camera pointed at their house.

Infomania, they say, is more subtly crippling than physical hoarding.

If there were ever a Chinese company that could subtly suggest a few changes in Chinese policy, Alibaba would be it.

But with the 2016 presidential season on the horizon, the Texas firebrand has subtly changed his tune over the last six months.

In an effort to cope with the implications of this question, Americans have subtly but sweepingly shifted their ideals.

It must be confessed that nothing in her surroundings spoke to her more loudly or more subtly than these things.

He was a born sentimentalist, and this became by no means subtly apparent to Kitty during Crozier's illness.

Even the ladies of the house of the Medici did me the honor of their subtly barbed friendliness.

Its wool was subtly, silky white, Color of lucent obliteration of night, Like the shimmering snow or—our Clothild's arm!

The most subtly painted serpent casts ultimately its slough.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subtly, such as: beautifully, cautiously, deftly, elegantly, exquisitely, and finely.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.