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entitle

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of entitle

  1. 1 to give a right to <the card entitles my grandmother to the discount for senior citizens> Synonyms authorize, privilege, qualify Related Words empower, enable, enfranchise, license (also licence); approve, endorse (also indorse); allow, let, permit; accredit, certificate, certify, charter [British], ratify; legitimize, sanction, validate, warrant; reaccredit, reapprove, recertify, recharter, revalidate Near Antonyms disable, disempower, disenfranchise; decertify; disallow, forbid, proscribe; delegitimize, invalidate, nullify Antonyms disqualify

  2. 2 to give a name to <apart from the obvious, she couldn't decide what to entitle her painting of a vase with flowers> Synonyms baptize, call, christen, clepe [archaic], denominate, designate, dub, name, label, nominate, style, term, titleRelated Words brand, stigmatize, tag; denote, specify; miscall, misname, mistitle; code-name, nickname; rechristen, relabel, rename; surname


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