unsubtle


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unsubtle

(ʌnˈsʌtəl)
adj
not subtle; obvious or blatant
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsubtle - lacking subtletyunsubtle - lacking subtlety; obvious; "gave us a broad hint that it was time to leave"
clear - readily apparent to the mind; "a clear and present danger"; "a clear explanation"; "a clear case of murder"; "a clear indication that she was angry"; "gave us a clear idea of human nature"

unsubtle

adjective
Easily seen through due to a lack of subtlety:
Translations

unsubtle

adjplump; how unsubtle can you get!plumper gehts nicht!
References in classic literature ?
She was amazing in a sort of unsubtle way; crudely amazing--I thought.
On the outside, a typically unsubtle Kahn body kit and huge black five-spoke alloy wheels mark this bespoke build out from the crowd.
The latest blower to get MI6's seal of approval along with some unsubtle product placement in the new Bond flick Spectre is this new flagship handset from Sony.
And let's not forget the laughs, Carvel is a master at ease of unsubtle bemusement - paired with the ridiculous hat he dons halfway through the show, you find yourself laughing with the silliness of it all.
Clinton's rollout, an oxymoronic wonder of planned spontaneity and engineered authenticity, was successful if unsubtle
On the strength of this unsubtle effort to capture a slice of the EDM market, they may be right.
RoA mines the worst excesses of 80s rock and mullet metal and grafts it onto a familiar showbiz story of a small town boy/girl who want to be stars, then adds gags as unsubtle as a rhinestone encrusted cod piece and fashions that would make a stripper blush.
And with the relentless, pounding fortissimo (exacerbated by some unsubtle amplification) nature of many of the compositions - the playing so forceful one violinist lost most of the hairs on his bow - it's a respite one suspects they were grateful for.
Aled Roberts, the Welsh Lib Dems education spokesman said: "I have always been critical of the school banding system as I believe it is a crude and unsubtle means of measuring school performance.
The Uruguay international, currently playing in the Confederations Cup in Brazil, has turned what promises to be this summer's biggest transfer saga into a near farce by offering regular, unsubtle, hints that he is desperate to move to Madrid, the Mirror reports.
So we think that we can try and overcome that reluctance by devising a logo that will draw attention to the issues in a loud, colourful and unsubtle way.
In some places, the blazing, unsubtle graphics and corny delivery reminded me of a Simon Cowell show.