label

Part of speech: verb

To mark; designate.

Part of speech: noun

A marked slip, as of paper, affixed to something to show what or whose it is.

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Usage examples "label":

  1. But Locke's statements are direct enough, though he does not use so terse a label for his doctrine as Rousseau affixed to it. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
  2. " Label it all for London," he heard Eugene's voice say. - "Father Stafford", Anthony Hope.
  3. Some of these articles bear the label 'made in Austria. - "The Story of Seville", Walter M. Gallichan.