American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not named: an untitled story.
- adj. Not holding a title, as of nobility.
- adj. Having no right or claim.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no title. Having no claim or right: as, an untitled tyrant.
Shak., Macbeth, iv. 3. 104.
- Having no title of honor or office.
- adj. Having no title.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not titled; having no title, or appellation of dignity or distinction.
- adj. Being without title or right; not entitled.
- adj. not of the nobility
- un- + titled (Wiktionary)
“The first being untitled is a short story of Namor and his inability to decide who to fight for, the Axis or Allies.”
“My new book, still untitled, is a book about security.”
“(Yahoo) - Jack Black to star in untitled “Bourne” spoof, about a man believes he’s an international superspy after developing amnesia.”
“PS yes I agree untitled is ugly but as a reader I’d rather to be able to read the item with aesthetic flaws that not have it available over RSS, after all I can always unsub the feed if it’s too awful.”
“New Poem - Untitled untitled the walls are clay and ivy windswept and red, the clay a reminder that we are not first to this land, this now dry place where rivers once flowed”
“He mentions his next book, as-yet untitled, that is set about 100 years before Chasm City.”
“The newly-created folder would be entitled untitled folder, so the Finder view would jump to the 'U' position, with that folder selected (so far so good).”
“Dazed and Confused by calling the untitled project "a sort of spiritual sequel" to”
“Improved: Bookmarklets, scripts and the Capture Web Archive service use first line to name untitled archives if possible.”
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