adjective as in named
adjective as in privileged
While Blair’s attorneys denied these allegations, a judge ruled Snyder was entitled to the records he sought.
Your decisions can be good or bad, but you are entitled as an adult to make decisions about your finances and your property and your medical care.
Still, his parents kept a Government Printing Office pamphlet from 1950 entitled “Survival Under Atomic Attack.”
Uber fought to treat its app workers as contractors, not full-time employees entitled to benefits—a battle it just won after the election day approval of ballot measure Proposition 22 in California.
The agency thinks that millions more aren’t entitled to its help.
Everyone is entitled to be treated with basic decency and respect.
Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge have always been entitled brats.
To celebrate a retrospective box set, entitled Nothing Has Changed, Bowie has released a video for one of two new songs included.
Park gave the First Lady a book entitled “The Very Best of Korean Cooking.”
And if anyone's entitled to such sweet dreams, it's Annie Lennox.
Neither privately owned nor government stock is entitled to voting power.
A full General landing to inspect overseas is entitled to a salute of 17 guns—well, I got my dues.
In 1639 Venner published a volume entitled "A Treatise" concerning the taking of the fume of tobacco.
One of the first tracts wholly devoted to tobacco is entitled Nash's "Lenten Stuffe."
Doing so, I received a different sort of salute from that to which a Commander-in-Chief landing on duty is entitled by regulation.
On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entitled, such as: titled, baptized, called, christened, denominated, and designated.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.