Examples of subject matter in a Sentence
I found the film's subject matter to be quite disturbing.
She disapproves of the artist's choice of subject matter.
Recent Examples of subject matter from the Web
The subject matter of sanctions or the actions taken by the Obama administration did not come up in the conversation.
And in producing such a gorgeous object, Christopher de Hamel’s publisher has had the courage of his convictions, because its physical and visual delights mirror its commercially unlikely subject matter.
Nora Atkinson, the Renwick’s curator of craft, was initially drawn to the Nutshells by their unusual subject matter.
This tension, even more so than its subject matter, is what makes Mindhunter feel perfectly timed.
Leading a primetime network show is a big responsibility, especially given its subject matter.
Within the Norton Lectures’ tradition of wisdom, and among its tellers, Morrison represents a novelty by virtue of her gender, her race, and her American subject matter.
The two bonded over the subject matter and kept in touch.
Since 2001, as a founding member of theater collective the Civilians, Friedman had specialized in exploring unconventional subject matter.
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SUBJECT MATTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subject matter for English Language Learners
: the information or ideas that are discussed or dealt with in a book, movie, etc. : what something is about
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