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untitled

[uhn-tahyt-ld]
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adjective
  1. without a title: an untitled gentleman; an untitled book.
  2. having no right or claim.
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Origin of untitled

First recorded in 1580–90; un-1 + titled
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Related Words

unnamedunheard-ofincognitoinconspicuousobscureundistinguishedunsungpseudonymousXinnominateunacknowledgedundesignateduntitledwhatchamacallit

Examples from the Web for untitled

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  • 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

    Carl Ewald


British Dictionary definitions for untitled

untitled

adjective
  1. without a titlean untitled manuscript
  2. having no claim or titlean untitled usurper
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Word Origin and History for untitled

adj.

1610s, "unnamed," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of title (v.). Meaning "having no right" is from 1660s; that of "undistinguished" is from 1798.

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