- unstudied, undiscerning, sloppy, indifferent, simpleminded, unperceptive, trusting, hard, forthright, crude, second-rate, common, direct, inexact, slipshod, careless, incautious, harsh, indefinite, impressionable, unworldly, ordinary, honest, ignorant, unconcealed, run-of-the-mill, public, frank, heedless, unvarnished, slapdash, sturdy, trustful, imbecile, idiotic, rough, mediocre, coarse, middling, noisy, strong, fair, average, unsubtle, tangible, dull, evident, stupid, medium, unintelligent, open, robust, plainspoken, shallow, unperceiving, harmless, outspoken, simple, childlike, unforced, blind, Undesigning, stolid.
As in the Earth also there is a subtle good Virtue, which is like the Sun, and is one and the same with the Sun, which also did in the beginning of time spring and proceed out of the Divine Power and Virtue, whence all the good Virtue of the Body is likewise derived. "Dialogues on the Supersensual Life" by Jacob Behmen
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1 clever at attaining one's ends by indirect and often deceptive means <used
subtle methods of persuasion> Synonyms beguiling, cagey (also cagy), crafty, ...
Synonyms and antonyms for subtle. 1. subtle (adj.) difficult to detect or grasp by
the mind or analyze. Synonyms: elusive,; impalpable. Antonyms: palpable ...
So slight as to be difficult to detect or describe; elusive: a subtle smile. b. Difficult
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