The subtext is that each of us is responsible for all of us, and if we intermarry, we risk disappearing completely.
There is often a subtext to this correspondence of literary lions.
And if the White House does buy from him, be sure to read the subtext of the purchase agreement.
subtext: What were we doing in a daily paper's newsroom with "real" (i.e. male) journalists?
But the subtext here is that many commentators and officeholders need targets.
Named for the god of the underworld, this planet deals in subtext and subversive action.
Linthicum did not speak of racial unity among whites, but that was the subtext.
The subtext of the clown is that life is a joke and can be snatched away at any moment.
If this hard-won principle isn't apparent on every page, it is at least imbued in the subtext.
The subtext here suggests that if a guy as unkempt as Rogen tends to his hair down there, so should every other American bro.