titled

Part of speech: adjective

Having a title, as of nobility.

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Usage examples "titled":

  1. Captivating as all this undoubtedly was, and fascinated as I felt in being the lion of London, the courted and sought after by the high, the titled, and the talented of the great city of the universe, yet amidst all the splendor and seduction of that new world, my heart instinctively turned from the glare and brilliancy of gorgeous saloons, from the soft looks and softer voice of beauty, from the words of praise as they fell from the lips of those whose notice was fame itself,- to my humble home amidst the mountains of the west. - "Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 2 (of 2)", Charles Lever.
  2. At Galvin House she was the recognised authority upon anything and everything concerned with royalty and the titled and landed gentry. - "Patricia Brent, Spinster", Herbert Jenkins.
  3. I have undervalued you and overlooked you, because of the mere accident of your titled birth, but I could have kissed you myself, for pure gratitude, that very minute, Hilda Tregellis, when I saw you stooping down and kissing that dear white forehead that looked so pale and womanly and beautiful. - "Philistia", Grant Allen.