unsubtle

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adjective un·sub·tle \ˌən-ˈsə-təl\

Definition of unsubtle

unsubtler

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unsubtlest

  1. :  not indirect or difficult to perceive :  not subtle an unsubtle hint/reminder Historical records suggest that subtle variations in the sun's energy output can have decidely unsubtle effects on the earth's climate … — M. Mitchell Waldrop

unsubtly

play \ˌən-ˈsət-lē, -ˈsə-təl-(l)ē\ adverb

15th Century

First Known Use of unsubtle

15th century


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