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noun as in marker, description; brand

verb as in mark, describe; brand

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Example Sentences

It may actually have a label saying “Audio & Subtitles,” depending on your device.

A real scientific test would be to clip out the horoscopes and cut off the labels so you don’t know which signs are connected to which predictions.

It was the Hertz situation that kicked off a project to introduce “safety labels” within the company.

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That’s a label that has traditionally been claimed by Republican politicians.

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While 2-D X-rays of each specimen existed, little information existed beyond generic animal labels.

Joe and the record label were behind him all the way: look at the full-page ad in Billboard the previous week.

And the media, meanwhile, has referred to her as every label under the sun, from “a man” to “transsexual.”

So what I always tell the kids is to be careful about signing to a label and always protect your copyright.

The genuine source of consternation, however, was her label Interscope.

The hashtag has been used to label general rants about people getting naked for attention.

Each picture bore a label, giving a true description of the once-honoured gem.

New York is like one of those nightmares a certain class of writers project and label 'Earth in the Year 2000.'

I did not label him efficiency-expert, for printers have always been notoriously allergic to that title.

Out of the devil's mouth issues a label with the words, "Make room for Sir Robert."

A druggist, therefore, who affixes a wrong label to a bottle of medicine and thereby injures a person who uses it is responsible.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to label, such as: company, design, logo, number, stamp, and sticker.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.