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title page

noun
1.
the page at the beginning of a volume that indicates the title, author's or editor's name, and the publication information, usually the publisher and the place and date of publication.
Origin of title page
1605-1615
First recorded in 1605-15
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Examples from the Web for title page
Historical Examples
  • The frontispiece illustration has been moved to follow the title page.

  • This work is strictly what its title page imports, a compilation.

  • The scope of the subject presented in this work is expressed on the title page.

    Jesus the Christ James Edward Talmage
  • She opened it, and on the title page read: "The Millinborn Murder."

    The Green Rust Edgar Wallace
  • The frontispiece illustration has been shifted to follow the title page.

    Archie's Mistake G. E. Wyatt
  • The forward material has been moved to follow the title page.

    Left Behind James Otis
  • The title page was printed again before the General Preface.

  • title page: The title and author have been changed from lower case to title case.

    Have We No Rights? Mabel Williamson
  • The advertising material has been moved to follow the title page.

  • Page 345 is the Index title page and is referred to in the Table of Contents.

    East of Suez Frederic Courtland Penfield
British Dictionary definitions for title page

title page

noun
1.
the page in a book that bears the title, author's name, publisher's imprint, etc
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