- without a title: an untitled gentleman; an untitled book.
- having no right or claim.
Origin of untitled
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Examples from the Web for untitled
For “Untitled Film Stills,” Sherman dressed and posed like the clichéd images of women that she saw on film and TV.Why Does the Art World Coddle James Franco?
April 22, 2014
But Wonder Woman will finally be making her film debut in 2015, in the as yet untitled Batman vs. Superman movie.Who Is Gal Gadot, the New Wonder Woman?
December 4, 2013
These sculptures by Berlin-based David Adamo are in his solo show at Untitled gallery in New York.Artist as Ant
October 4, 2013
This is an untitled piece known as “Spiral Mask,” finished in 1961 by the great land artist Robert Smithson.The Spirit of Land Art
August 22, 2012
This is the aptly named “Untitled (Ribs),” a photo from 2009 by a Hungarian-born New Yorker named Monika Sziladi.Skin, Bones and Beauty
August 15, 2012
They are the untitled and undistinguished mass of the English people.
However, whether he was a baron or an untitled man, he merits a share of admiration.Patchwork
Anna Balmer Myers
It is my impression, from an inspection of the book, that we are the first untitled visitors.Saunterings
Charles Dudley Warner
In 1480 the untitled letrados became a majority in this body.A History of Spain
Charles E. Chapman
The majority of the images in this book are untitled, and are 'in context' with where they are placed.The Pond
- without a titlean untitled manuscript
- having no claim or titlean untitled usurper
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Word Origin and History for untitled
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