Many in the media serve as enablers with subtle but insidious belittling of conservatives.
It is subtle, insidious, and never more dangerous than when women passionately deny that they themselves are engaging in it.
And therein lies the insidious genius of the rumpled dictator from Iran.
But while insidious shares themes with Paranormal Activity, the resemblance ends there.
However, while providing the audiences with affable centerpiece figures, their effect on the proceedings has been insidious.
The last and supreme lie in Bethmann-Hollweg's speech is the most insidious of all.
Habit-forming and insidious in character, they are an actual menace.
The insidious bite of the current was getting horribly on his nerves.
Its first attacks are so insidious that the danger is not always realised.
With the eye of a botanist she viewed the flowers—most potent weapons of insidious May.
insidious in·sid·i·ous (ĭn-sĭd'ē-əs)
Being a disease that progresses with few or no symptoms to indicate its gravity.