At that time its subtile contradictions were not perceived, nor its practical evils developed.
What subtile questions are cleared up by them in a very short time!
Unfortunately for me, doubtlessly, that is so subtile, that I do not understand it.
This we may confirm by a reflection, which to some will, perhaps, appear too subtile and refined.
And, as they talked on, he became alive to something almost magnetic—a sort of subtile, compelling force—about Hazon.
That which is the subtile essence, in it all that exists has itself.
If the name or the words woke a subtile remorse or longing, he buried them under restful composure.
And the traveller Leopold said that he should go otherwhither for he was a man of cautels and a subtile.
That you would give me A subtile court-charm, to defend me from The infectious air of the country.
The old-time philosophies won him with their subtile flavor.