titlist

noun
ti·​tlist | \ ˈtī-tᵊl-ist How to pronounce titlist (audio) , ˈtīt-list\

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the boxing titlist with the most knockouts to his credit

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Fahy, who is competing this weekend in Seattle, got the nod over another state titlist, junior golfer Brianna Navarrosa of Mater Dei Catholic, and first-team All-San Diego Section field hockey and lacrosse player Anna Hong of Canyon Crest. Steve Brand, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Top high school performers recognized at Petco Park event," 14 June 2019 The 156-player field, includes pros and amateurs, players ages 17 to 52, and 12 former U.S. Open titlists. James Raia, The Mercury News, "Dreaming of a Koepka vs. Woods finale at Pebble Beach," 13 June 2019 On Thursday, Hovland will play the opening round of the U.S. Open alongside two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka and British Open titlist Francisco Molinari. Washington Post, "Amateur Hovland hopes for more memories on return to Pebble," 11 June 2019 Climbers, sprinters, all-arounders, Olympic medalists, Tour de France stage winners, world titlists, new pros and peloton veterans. James Raia, sacbee, "Seven riders to watch in this year’s Tour of California cycling race | The Sacramento Bee," 11 May 2018 Former Maryland State Golf Association Amateur titlist Tyler Herriott, a professional out of Old South CC, and Jimmy Grem, an assistant pro at Eagle's Nest CC, followed with 70s. baltimoresun.com, "Digest (July 9): Bel Air's Fry among four-way tie atop leaderboard at Maryland State Open," 10 July 2018 Ryan advanced to the league semifinals in 2017 before losing to eventual titlist Neumann-Goretti. Rick O'brien, Philly.com, "Mike Lake returns to coach Archbishop Ryan baseball team," 10 July 2018 Peter Sagan, the sport’s No. 1-ranked rider and three-time consecutive world titlist from Slovakia, was winless. James Raia, sacbee, "Colombians dominate Tour of California. Why it was a ‘tough week’ for area contenders | The Sacramento Bee," 19 May 2018 Stacy is a three-time champion of the U.S. Women’s Open and an 18-time titlist overall. James Weber, Cincinnati.com, "Northern Kentucky resident Martha Leach to play in U.S. Senior Women's Open," 6 July 2018

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1924, in the meaning defined above

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titlist

noun

English Language Learners Definition of titlist

US : a person who holds a title as champion

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