Definition of Entitule. Meaning of Entitule. Synonyms of Entitule

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Definition of Entitule

Entitule
Entitule En*tit"ule, v. t. [See Entitle.] To entitle. --B. Jonson.

Meaning of Entitule from wikipedia

- and Queen's Majesties, and the Heires and Successors of the Queen, be entituled to the Countries of Leix, Slewmarge, Irry, Glimnaliry, and Offaily, and...
- proving, beyond all contradiction, the dangerous tendency of a late poem, entituled, The rape of the lock, to government and religion". Google Books Google...
- and Queen's Majesties, and the Heires and Successors of the Queen, be entituled to the Countries of Leix, Slewmarge, Irry, Glimnaliry, and Offaily, and...
- Annotations to the New Testament: With Seven Discourses; and an Appendix Entituled Examen Variantium Lectionum Johannis Millii, S.T.P. in Novum Testamentum"...
- Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights' Entertainments, Now Entituled [sic] The Book of The Thousand Nights and a Night; With Introduction Explanatory...
- the Act also commanded that "all books printed before the year 1540, entituled Statutes, Chronicles, Canterbury Tales, Chaucer's books, Gower's books...
- Title page of The XV. Bookes of P. Ouidius Naso: Entituled, Metamorphosis. Translated out of Latin into English meeter by Arthvr Golding was first printed...
- Model Army An Act for supplying and explaining certaine defects in an Act entituled An Act for the speedy provision of money for disbanding and paying off...
- including: The Christian's faith a rational ****ent : in answer to a pamphlet, entituled, Christianity not founded on argument, &c. (1744) Party-zeal censur'd...
- the eleventh and twelfth years of the reign of King William the Third, entituled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy; and made perpetual...