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intitle

[in-tahyt-l]
verb (used with object), in·ti·tled, in·ti·tling.
  1. entitle.
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Historical Examples of intitled

  • His most popular satire is intitled, Abuses whipt and stript, 1613.

    Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume III (of 3)

    Thomas Percy

  • One of them, intitled The New Custom, was printed so late as 1573.

  • They occur at the end of a Latin play, intitled Susanna, Antverp.

    The Dance of Death

    Francis Douce

  • A modern engraving, intitled “An emblem of a modern marriage.”

    The Dance of Death

    Francis Douce

  • An oval etching, by Harding, intitled “Death and the Doctor.”

    The Dance of Death

    Francis Douce