In the foyer there were a series of huge posters, a stirring one depicted women with the caption “Rebelling to be heard.”
The Stranger turns to the camera and a caption on the screen reads: “Introducing John Hurt as the Doctor” Huh!?
The caption, written by Nation, reads: “Happy Birthday to one of the best people and friends in the world—Jon Broyhill!”
The caption reads: “Israeli Air Force Kills Children In Gaza.”
She is also drawing a new cartoon every week inspired by each episode, which fans can then caption for said prizes.
I find this in my notes, the caption of a day of business, and at this distance of time will not undertake to correct the entry.
Should this be unknown, a caption coined by the editors is placed in brackets.
I have called up that incongruous picture in memory many times since, and always to caption it with some classic title.
Reference to the scale on caption to Plate XX should be ignored.
Beneath it, exactly in the center of the page, was a leaded box with the caption "A Challenge."
late 14c., "taking, seizure," from Old French capcion "arrest, capture, imprisonment," or directly from Latin captionem (nominative capito) "a catching, seizing, holding, taking," noun of action from past participle stem of capere "to take" (see capable).
From 17c. used especially in law, and there via its appearance at the head of legal document involving seizure ("Certificate of caption", etc.), the word's sense was extended to "the beginning of any document;" thus "heading of a chapter or section of an article" (1789), and, especially in U.S., "description or title below an illustration" (1919).
by 1901, from caption (n.). Related: Captioned; captioning.