- s lacking subtlety; obvious
- It opens with a martial drumbeat and a jock-jam keyboard riff so unsubtle that only a radio programmer could love it.
- Although the unsubtle hand of the Christian Crusade and the Birch Society can be detected in most of these groups, the campaign against sex education has enlisted the support of .
- In an attempt to turn the tables on the eco-chic movement, the alliance has begun an unsubtle anti-Hindmarch campaign by emblazoning their signature product--using a bubble print .
News & Articles
- Miley Cyrus Is Getting an MTV Documentary
So if you like hunky boyfriend drama, twerking, unsubtle drug references, giant teddy-bear backpacks, crop tops, questionable cultural appropriation, zany family members, and legitimately good pop songs, then this is the hour-long documentary for you. Or you can just keep watching the Ke$ha show (it got renewed). Whatever works. ... More »
July 26, 2013 - Vulture
- Rich Whitney in The Southern
What surprises me ...... was just how absolutely brazen and unsubtle this was,said Rich Whitney, who ran as a Green Party candidate from Carbondale against Blagojevich in 2006 and called Tuesday for his immediate resignation. "This is just...
- William Safire in MarketWatch
William Safire, a speechwriter for Richard Nixon and a longtime columnist for the New York Times, says, "I think Obama will not be so unsubtle to point to the fact he is the first African-American president. JFK did not say he was the first Catholic...
- Craig Murray in Sunday Herald
Unsurprisingly, my friend from the trade delegation' was in the book,Murray adds. "It was an astonishingly up-front and unsubtle approach."