legalThe legal title to the property was transferred to the new owner.
fullI will tell you my full title
originalThe original title of the book was 'The Great Gatsby'.
goodThe book has a good title
officialThe official title of the conference is 'Advances in Artificial Intelligence'.
veryThe very title of the book was intriguing.
subThe sub title intrigued me, so I decided to watch the movie.
royalThe queen's advisor bowed before her royal title
englishThis is an english title
betterI prefer the show's original title, rather than the better title that was proposed.
imperialJulius Caesar assumed the imperial title and became dictator for life.
appropriateChoose an appropriate title for your essay.
nativeThe native title claim was successful.
properMr. Smith is a proper title
halfThe half title of the book displayed the author's name and the title of the work.
completeHe was running with a complete title
hereditaryHis hereditary title was bestowed upon him by the queen.
aboriginalThe aboriginal title to the land has been recognized by the courts.
validThis is a valid title
emptyThe empty title was a sign of his humility.
perfectIt was the perfect title for the book.
absoluteThe deed conveyed absolute title to the land.
latterPlease refer to the latter title for more information.
ancientThe ancient title of the king was pharaoh.
collectiveThe band members have a collective title of \"The Beatles\".
exactThe exact title of the book is 'The Catcher in the Rye'.
genericA generic title is employed when a more specific one is unavailable.
mereThe mere title was not enough to arouse my interest.
distinctiveThe distinctive title of the book hinted at a thrilling adventure.
honourableThe honourable title was bestowed upon the esteemed professor.
modestThe book had a modest title and was not very popular.
posthumousAfter so many years of effort, he was rewarded with a posthumous title
soundingThe sounding title created a sense of intrigue.
abbreviatedThe abbreviated title of the book is "Brief History of Time".