verb (used with object), in·ti·tled, in·ti·tling.
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Example sentences from the Web for intitle
His most popular satire is intitled, Abuses whipt and stript, 1613.
A modern engraving, intitled “An emblem of a modern marriage.”
There is another work by Glissenti, intitled “La Morte innamorata.”
This ballad is well known in that neighbourhood, where it is intitled Adam O'Gordon.
One of them, intitled The New Custom, was printed so late as 1573.