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titularly

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Definition of titularly in English:

adverb

In name or in name only: he was titularly a chief petty officer
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  • But they are either in my head today, are titularly significant or I've been wallowing in them pointlessly, and they together somehow manage to sum up my head, today.
  • According to our records Jim is still titularly in charge of this stuff, and ought by now to be back from his extended leave.
  • But for the adventurous, these titularly titled vignettes are a breath of fresh air.

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