Definition of "subplots" [subplots]

  • Plural form of subplot. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "subplots" in a sentence
  • "Picoult individualizes the alternating voices of the narrators more believably than she has previously, and weaves in subplots to underscore the themes of hope, regret, identity and family, leading up to her signature closing twists."
  • "Since the President abrogated the constitution, one of main subplots in Fiji has been the fight between the government and the Methodist church – whose membership claims roughly 35 percent of the population (the majority are ethnic Fijians)."
  • "No matter how bad the condition of the material may be, the original intention of the film, including all of its minor characters and subplots, is now once again tangible for the normal viewer."