unsubtly


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unsubtly

(ʌnˈsʌtlɪ)
adv
in an unsubtle manner; not subtly; with a lack of subtlety
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In fact she loves fuss so much that when you stop she very unsubtly taps you with her paw, nudges you with her head and even licks your hand to ask for more.
To be sure, in the context of a film that repeatedly and unsubtly reflects upon its own postcolonial status, a simplistic happy ending is hard to believe.
Rambo spotted a code which unsubtly uses the term "has HDR.
Sullivan has also been at pains to point out how the manager's top targets were delivered, unsubtly putting more pressure on a manager who has had a noose resting on his shoulders, waiting to be hoisted, since being allowed to go into the final year of his deal without the offer of a new contract.
The observatory soon discovered that its female computers, unsubtly known as "Pickering's harem," performed the work more effectively than their male counterparts, despite earning less than half as much.
The newsroom is unsubtly split-level; the men sit on an elevated platform, while the women crowd together in "the pit," a half-flight of stairs down.
In contrast, Andrew Farrant and Edward McPhail argue that recent commentators have correctly, albeit unsubtly, interpreted Hayek's thesis as applicable to something far short of a full command economy (Farrant and McPhail 2010a, 2010b, 2010c).
However, it is this bizarre array of objects that appear to have -- very unsubtly -- made
Likely on account of the overt religious imagery that pervades Der Runenberg, including the unsubtly named main character Christian, scholarly treatments of this text make frequent reference to spiritual themes (Charlotte Lee, for example, hints at Tieck's dissatisfaction with orthodox Christianity, but does not dwell on any potential spiritual alternatives he may be exploring [1046-47]).
Oh no - was she being unsubtly coy, hoping he'd pick up on the matching surnames?
Indeed, the novel's subtitle, A Myth Retold, unsubtly nudges readers toward the novel's mythic undercurrent.
With the final episode entitled, rather unsubtly, Two Graves it seems quite likely.