Examples of entitle in a Sentence
He entitled his book “My Life on Mars.”
the card entitles my grandmother to the discount for senior citizens
Recent Examples of entitle from the Web
Lord said those wrongly accused are entitled to damages, not just their money back.
Here's the deal: Every Basecamp employee is entitled to a generous salary, health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time-off.
Congress decided that every war court convict is entitled to a full appeal, Baker said, so his office is pursing it.
Some time later Trump went to Deputy Mayor Peter Solomon and reportedly proposed a deal entitling him to a $4.4 million commission.
They were charged in state court along with Mordechai and Jocheved Breskin, who prosecutors said collected more than $585,000 in benefits they weren’t entitled to.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday upheld Wisconsin court rulings that the owners of a family cottage on Lake St. Croix were not entitled to compensation over development regulations that bar the sale of the family's adjacent lot.
The homeowners won a class-action lawsuit against the Florida Department of Agriculture nearly a decade ago that said they were entitled to full compensation for the healthy trees that were destroyed.
The new resolution, entitled On The Anti-Gospel Alt-Right White Supremacy, was voted on by the convention.
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Origin and Etymology of entitle
Middle English, from Anglo-French entitler, from Late Latin intitulare, from Latin in- + titulus title
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
ENTITLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entitle for English Language Learners
: to give a title to (something, such as a book)
: to give a right to (someone)
ENTITLE Defined for Kids
Definition of entitle for Students
1 : to give a title to
2 : to give a right or claim to Buying a ticket entitles you to a seat.
Legal Definition of entitle
: to give an enforceable right to claim something
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