Hint: It does not entitle him to the right to do damage to the Republican brand.
Different contracts may entitle Chesapeake to charge varying amounts.
Why should the magic words “small business” entitle them to pay lower taxes?
He even went so far as to entitle one blog post (since sadly deleted) “How To Succeed at Failure.”
Teenagers can pay taxes; that alone should entitle them to a voice in the political process.
The dance achieved that brightness and joviality which entitle a dance to call itself a success.
This seemed to entitle her to an invitation, which she delightedly accepted.
There are two circumstances required, to entitle an action to be denominated virtuous.
But my new position in the house seemed to entitle me to this much liberty, for once.
Gold rings and gay clothing, as they qualify no man for, can entitle no man to, a "good place" in the church.
late 14c., "to give a title to a chapter, book, etc.," from Anglo-French entitler, Old French entiteler (Modern French intituler), from Late Latin intitulare, from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + titulus "title" (see title (n.)).
Meaning "to bestow (on a person) a rank or office" is mid-15c. Sense of "to give (someone) 'title' to an estate or property," hence to give that person a claim to possession or privilege, is mid-15c.; this now is used mostly in reference to circumstances and actions. Related: Entitled; entitling.