Having a title, especially a noble title.(adjective)
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Use "titled" in a sentence
"Simpson received $750,000 in 2007 for a book ghostwritten under his name titled "If I Did It," Cook said."
"John Collee wrote the script based on Randal Keynes's biography of Darwin titled Annie's Box."
"A recent article by HuffPost's Dan Froomkin titled "A Convenient Truth: Gearing up for Climate Change Could Supercharge the Job Market", also focuses on a silver lining in the dark cloud over the clean energy sector and reinforces the need for a clean energy economy as envisioned by the Coalition for Green Capital."