Call and Title


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Call noun – An entitlement to something.
Usage example: you have no call to insult people

Title is a synonym for call in specific topic. In some cases you can use "Title" instead the word "Call" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like entitle.
Nearby Words: calling, called, caller, callback, callable
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Title verb – To give a name to.
Usage example: what do you plan on titling your latest album?

Call is a synonym for title in action topic. You can use "Call" instead the word "Title" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as name, specific.
Nearby Words: titled, titular, titling
Synonyms for Title

How words are described

old old call old title
full full call full title
original original call original title
single single call single title
Other adjectives: simple, actual, real, big, bad, new, early, final, next, last, different, literal, earlier, previous.

Common collocations

place call place title place
sir call sir title sir

Both words in one sentence

  • Square Peg, Round Trope I Am Not Shazam is when people incorrectly assume a work has a Character Title and call the main character by the title even if they have a completely different name.
  • Who submits to that ridiculous code name only in propaganda — his secretary must call him by his real title.
  • Don't Call Me "Sir" Cyclops of the X-Men just can't call Professor Xavier anything other than his title and surname, even when the Professor asks him to call him "Charles".
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Title or Call. 2016. Accessed May 28, 2022.

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