Style and Title


Style verb - To give a name to.
Usage example: although nowadays he's often styled a biologist, he's probably better thought of as a classic 19th-century naturalist

Title is a synonym for style in action topic. In some cases you can use "Title" instead the word "Style" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like call, specific. popular alternative

Nearby Words: stylish, styling, styled, stylized, sty


Title verb - To give a name to.
Usage example: what do you plan on titling your latest album?
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Synonyms for Title

Style is a synonym for title in action topic. You can use "Style" instead the word "Title" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as call, name, specific, heading. popular alternative

Nearby Words: titled, titular, titling

How words are described

old old style old title
exact exact style exact title
particular particular style particular title
similar similar style similar title
Other adjectives: common, specific, regular, current, original, true, simple, popular, actual, entire, main, artistic, new, unique, early, military, different, comic, generic, western, European.

Common collocations

place style place title place

Both words in one sentence

  • Unusual Eyebrows Given his fighting style and title they're probably meant to be more like lightning than fire, but not lightning eyebrows because that wouldn't really fit with the art-style.
  • There is one caveat to the above: if you're entitled to use more than one title or style, you normally use the highest ranked one.
  • Someone made a version of the Breaking Bad title sequence that is done in the style of the title sequence for House of Cards (US).
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