Definition of subheading
Examples of subheading in a Sentence
The newspaper headline read “House burns down on Elm Street” with the subheading “Arson suspected.”
You can find the chart in the “Financial Matters” chapter under the subheading “Mortgages and Loans.”
Recent Examples of subheading from the Web
Some wineries — among them Apothic and Menage a Trois — sell multiple versions, based less on the bottle’s contents than on a mood, with subheadings such as Dark, Velvet, Midnight and Silky.
FRONT PAGE A subheading on Saturday with an article about conservative nationalist groups that are injecting violence into street demonstrations across the country referred incorrectly to the makeup of such groups.
This story has 1,028 words in it, including subheadings.
The hgroup tag was intended to be a way to group h1-h6 tags, for example a header and a subheading, but the semantics behind the tag mean that only the first header in an hgroup is visible to any accessibility API.
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First Known Use of subheading
SUBHEADING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subheading for English Language Learners
: an additional headline or title that comes immediately after the main headline or title
: a title given to one of the parts or divisions of a piece of writing
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