Whoever you are and whatever position you are in, you are entitled to privacy.
In an important article published last year, entitled “ How Many College Graduates Doe the U.S. Labor Force Really Need?”
Banks, who has spent nearly three decades as an educator, has a book on education reform coming out in September entitled “Soar”.
Meanwhile, Hart—whose autobiography, entitled Is It Just Me?
A lot of people who grow up like that feel they are entitled to things.
Some of the inhabitants are entitled to the benefits of the almshouses at Revesby.
And if any one in this world is entitled to success you are.
In the decision of all questions by the Grand Lodge he is entitled to two votes.
It was good of you, kind; but how could I accept a large sum of money like that when I am not entitled to it?
Women and children are citizens, though not entitled to vote.
late 14c., "to give a title to a chapter, book, etc.," from Anglo-French entitler, Old French entiteler (Modern French intituler), from Late Latin intitulare, from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + titulus "title" (see title (n.)).
Meaning "to bestow (on a person) a rank or office" is mid-15c. Sense of "to give (someone) 'title' to an estate or property," hence to give that person a claim to possession or privilege, is mid-15c.; this now is used mostly in reference to circumstances and actions. Related: Entitled; entitling.