What would you like to do?
I'm not posative where, but I know that it's at different places in England. So I'm 90% sure that you'll be able to audition in London, and all the other big cities in England…. I also know that it will be around Ocober 19th.
The opposite of subtle could be obvious. Depending on the context, it could also be overt, harsh, forthright, or coarse.
Try to be subtle when you ask about how much the motel room costs. The subtle change in her tone probably meant that she knew we were listening. We made some subtle altera…tions to the blueprints before construction. "The universe is wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross." (Q to Picard, Star Trek the Next Generation)
The glitter was subtle, making the arrangement tasteful and not gaudy. She signaled him subtly, so as not to alert everyone in the room. It smelled like a fresh… forest, many pine scents with a subtle aroma of rain.
write i.e. to write with a pencil rite a ceremony performed in the same way, usually religious in nature, ie. funeral rites
cuddle * muddle * fuddle * huddle * puddle
making use of clever and indirect methods to achieve something : He tried a more subtle approach. so delicate or precise as to be difficult to analyze or describe : His lang…uage expresses rich and subtle meanings.
yes ive read that one
Well subtle is difficult to detect or grasp by the mind or analyze figure it out from there
Subtle can go both ways: either subtle/subtler/subtlest, or subtle/more subtle/most subtle. Both are correct.
What is a word called that looks like another word and has the same meaning in a different language?
It is called a cognate
Ahh yes.. That was a really good book. I believe Philip Pullman wrote it.