Definition of Intitle

1. v. t. See Entitle.



Definition of Intitle

1. Verb. (context: archaic or nonstandard) (alternative form of entitle) ¹

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Definition of Intitle

1. to entitle [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] - See also: entitle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intitle

intimisms
intimist
intimistic
intimists
intimitis
intimity
intinction
intinctions
intine
intines
intire
intirely
intireties
intirety
intis
intitle (current term)
intitled
intitles
intitling
intitule
intituled
intitules
intituling
intiv
intl.
into
into't
into detail
into the bargain
into the wind

Literary usage of Intitle

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Property Arising from the Relation Between Husband by Roper Stote Donnison Roper, Edward Jacob (1826)
"... or the persons claiming under him, will be obliged to perform his covenants or agreements, in order to intitle them to such property. 2. ..."

2. Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times by Anthony Ashley Cooper Shaftesbury (1773)
"Their Works are not of a nature to intitle 'em to hold the Rank of Au- * HOT. de Arte Poet. ... intitle ..."

3. The Clarke Papers: Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary by Sir William Clarke (1901)
"... may intitle mee this priviledge and freedome to lett yow know that 1 doe with much more ... intitle ..."

4. A Summary of the Law of Bills of Exchange, Cash Bills and Promissory Notesby John Bayley by John Bayley (1797)
"Of the Evidence nece/ary to intitle the Plaintiff Iq recover upon a Bill or Note, and the Defence which may be Jet up again/I him. ..."

5. A Free Inquiry Into the Miraculous Powers, which are Supposed to Have by Conyers Middleton (1749)
"... which would intitle them to fuch high privileges; give them a power with-God, fo as to procure benefits for others, and make [i] Scd ..."

6. The Public Records of the State of Connecticut by Connecticut, Forrest Morgan, Leonard Woods Labaree, Charles Jeremy Hoadly, Connecticut General Assembly, Connecticut Council of Safety (1895)
"And the said Treasurer's indorsement, that he has received pay and security accordingly, shall intitle the said Allen to receive the powder aforesaid, ..."

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