from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without noble title; common.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not having a title or name; without legitimate title.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no title or name.
- Devoid of rightful claim or title; unentitled; lawless.
Lopresti: Cubs no longer have company in titleless misery.
USATODAY. com - Cubs no longer have company in titleless misery
The book opens with a line from Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" – "He was a kind of nothing, titleless" – and goes on to describe a disappointing child who grew into a young writer of indifferent talent.
In Yankee-years nine titleless years equals half a century of failure by other, lesser, teams.
Now here are two ways to deal with titleless items.
Cynog Dafis is in favour, but would like Plaid lords to remain as titleless Messrs.
While most places in MT 3.2 will use the first few words of an entry to identify it in the UI, "power editing" mode does not, which means it's completely useless for titleless entries.
To echo what Anil said, we just don't get a lot of requests for support for titleless blogging, but we definitely want to avoid ways that the software affects your writing.
You'll be happy to know, however, that your bug report "Entries without titles have dumb basename" is already fixed as well as another that you didn't report where titleless entries don't show up correctly in the 5 Recent Entries list on the main menu.
I'm mostly just surprised by this, because MT 3.1x and prior supported titleless entries quite well, using the first few words in the place of the title for all admin UI and system purposes.