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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of caption.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Headed; entitled; having the heading or title of: as, an effective poem captioned the “Song of the Innuit.”


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  • The South China Morning Post printed a picture of President Hu Tuesday with his name captioned in Chinese characters as Hu Jia, a Chinese activist serving 3.5 years in jail for subversion.

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  • It included a photo of a "No yuppies" tag captioned "Despite the bounty, free speech still reigns in the 47 Ward."

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  • but Hulu does not air my favourite TV shows, I have to go to these websites and then their episodes aren't closed captioned, which is frustrating.

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  • Perhaps Israel will release unedited, un'captioned 'video.

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  • All the songs and videos are captioned which is a good touch.


  • I "captioned" that one in another thread; let's see if I can remember ...

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  • No offense intended, but that picture of barney frank is begging to be "captioned"

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  • Rezzable Caption "Flickr group, and your image might be the next inline to be" captioned ", if the winner chooses it.

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  • PHILADELPHIA—On the walls of the rotunda at the Philadelphia Eagles' practice facility, hang murals of football-game scenes captioned with inspirational quotes—one from Mark Twain, one from Vince Lombardi, a few from anonymous authors.

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  • Her book consists of a dozen paintings that run across double-page spreads, each captioned with antonyms such as "Rude-Friendly," "Jealous-Accepting" and "Tricky-Truthful."

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