- 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
First recorded in 1605–15
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Examples from the Web for title page
"This won't do at all," he said, pointing to the title-page of the play.The Foolish Lovers
St. John G. Ervine
The cover, title-page and general make-up were designed by the Author.A Woman Tenderfoot
Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
Just turn that into English, and put your name on the title-page.The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby
When first I publish a book, you may be assured my name will be on the title-page.
I thought of my precious volume, and the name on the title-page.
- the page in a book that bears the title, author's name, publisher's imprint, etc
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