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
Recent Examples on the Web The Tigers became the first of those 22 titlists to also lead the nation in total offense. Eric Hansen, Indianapolis Star, "Hansen: Naming Tommy Rees as offensive coordinator still doesn't complete ND's big picture," 15 Jan. 2020 Five-star offensive tackle Myles Hinton (Georgia) and four-star linemen Connor McLaughlin (Florida), Drake Metcalf (state Open Division titlist St. John Bosco-Bellflower) and Levi Rogers (Washington) headline a six-player offensive line class. Michael Lerseth, SFChronicle.com, "Stanford lands E.J. Smith, son of Hall of Famer Emmitt," 18 Dec. 2019 One-up That runner-up showing at Bristol was an early indicator that Kurt Busch, the 2004 titlist with 31 career victories, would be a factor in the No. 1 Monster Energy Chevrolet. Michael Knight, azcentral, "Busch brothers' rivalry still sizzling as NASCAR Cup series heads for Arizona," 2 Nov. 2019 Atlanta is the reigning MLS Cup champion and hoisted silverware just last week, winning the newfangled Campeones Cup against Club America, the titlists of Mexico’s Liga MX. Andy Greder, Twin Cities, "Minnesota United want to ‘know how good it is’ to win a trophy in U.S. Open Cup final," 26 Aug. 2019 First, this was billed as a national championship tournament, so its win in the 32-team field made it a national titlist. Mike Nortrup, baltimoresun.com/maryland/carroll, "Rec Sports Spotlight: Hoopmasters 16U team takes down national title," 17 Aug. 2019 Two years ago, Svensson became the youngest-ever TOC titlist (20 years, 357 days) -- in his first appearance. Dennis Manoloff, cleveland.com, "PBA Tour 2018: Live scores from Tournament of Champions stepladder finals," 11 Feb. 2018 From volleyball and softball national champions to three state football titlists, Louisville-area high school athletes produced several memorable moments during the 2018-19 school year. Jason Frakes, The Courier-Journal, "The Louisville area had no shortage of prep sports stores this season. Here's our top 10," 2 July 2019 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

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First Known Use of titlist

1912, in the meaning defined above

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30 Jan 2020

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“Titlist.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/titlist. Accessed 26 Feb. 2020.

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US : a person who holds a title as champion

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