Definition of Running headline

1. Noun. A heading printed at the top of every page (or every other page) of a book.

Exact synonyms: Running Head
Generic synonyms: Head, Header, Heading
Specialized synonyms: Running Title
Group relationships: Book



Definition of Running headline

1. Noun. text (such as a title) printed at the top of every (or every other) page of a book, newspaper etc ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Running Headline

running board
running boards
running by
running commentaries
running commentary
running dictation
running dictations
running dog
running dogs
running flush
running for
running gag
running game
running hand
running head
running headline (current term)
running in
running iron
running joke
running knot
running knots
running light
running man
running mate
running mates
running noose
running on empty
running out
running over
running pine

Literary usage of Running headline

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A List of Early American Imprints Belonging to the Library of the by Samuel Abbott Green (1895)
"Headpiece, line of border pieces, and similar line inverted ; 123[133]- 1J9, text; 1 p. blank; running headline similar to that of the last title; ..."

2. A List of Early American Imprints Belonging to the Library of the by Samuel Abbott Green (1895)
"which pamphlet The "Discourse" follows with continuous signatures; (132) blank; running headline "A Call to the rising Generation " ; followed by " Remember ..."

3. An Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts: A Chapter in the by William Pierce (1908)
"... etc., but soon popularly known, from its running headline, as The Learned Discoursed 1 A Briefe and plains declaration concerning the desires of all ..."

4. An Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts: A Chapter in the by William Pierce (1909)
"[BM 702, a. 38.] It has on the title-page Waldegrave the Puritan printer's device, a swan, with the motto ' God is my defender.' The running headline is ' A ..."

5. The English of Commerce by John Baker Opdycke (1920)
"A running headline is one whose topics are placed end-to-end rather than in ... The topical outline on page 114, converted into a running headline, ..."

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