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 shooter’s channels have now been removed from YouTube—their subject matter ranged from veganism and animal rights to clothing design and exercise routines.
Aronofsky and coproducer Root wanted a familiar, everyday-man presence to guide audiences through subject matter often regarded as daunting or academic.
Rihanna's extremely personal and emotive Instagram Story proved just how inappropriate the ad was, and how insensitive its subject matter was to anyone affected by domestic violence.
Its subject matter is elevated, but its execution is whimsical, agile, antic; its primary medium is the rangy, fragile, perseverant human voice.
Humorous correspondences between the two authors accompany the drawings, adding some lightheartedness to the heavy subject matter.
Since its launch, the ad has received many complaints about its subject matter.
Despite the heavy subject matter, the relationship between these vloggers and their viewers is overwhelmingly positive.
Even when Hipp goes indoors for subject matter, there is a palpable sense of architectural design.
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First Known Use of subject matter
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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