• (adj): Designated by a name or title.
    Example: "Edward VIII--later styled Duke of Windsor"

Some articles on styled:

Most Reverend
... Britain and some Commonwealth countries), all bishops are styled "The Most Reverend", as well as monsignors of the rank of protonotary apostolic de numero ... Church (inside Great Britain and some Commonwealth countries), archbishops are styled "The Most Reverend", with other bishops being styled "The Right Reverend" ... In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, archbishops and metropolitans are styled "The Most Reverend" provided that they are not the primates of autocephalous churches ...
Megelli Motorcycles - Model Range
... The Motard is a supermoto-styled road bike ... and a wheelbase of 1,400 mm (55 in), longer and higher than either of the street-styled bikes due to the length of the suspension and shocks ... There is also the racing styled 125R, full faired with a split twin headlamp assembly ...
Cipriani Potter - Compositions (selective List) - Orchestral
... by the composer (1821, revised 1839) Symphony in C minor - styled No.6 by the composer (1826) Symphony in F major - styled No.7 by the composer (1826) Symphony in E flat major - styled No.8 by the composer (1828 ...
William O'Brien, 4th Earl Of Inchiquin - Family
... c.1721–1791), later 3rd Countess of Orkney William, styled Lord O'Brien (1725–1727) George, styled Lord O'Brien (1727–1728) Augustus, styled Lord O'Brien (died in infancy) Murrough ...
... Shu wearing post-Tang Style beizi A man wearing a "Song Styled" beizi Ming Dynasty portrait of a Woman wearing a "Ming Styled" beizi Ming Dynasty ...

Famous quotes containing the word styled:

    The natural historian is not a fisherman who prays for cloudy days and good luck merely; but as fishing has been styled “a contemplative man’s recreation,” introducing him profitably to woods and water, so the fruit of the naturalist’s observations is not in new genera or species, but in new contemplations still, and science is only a more contemplative man’s recreation.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Prostitutes have very improperly been styled women of pleasure; they are women of pain, or sorrow, of grief, of bitter and continual repentance, without a hope of obtaining a pardon.
    Anonymous, U.S. women’s magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany, p. 85 (January 1804)

    Down the road, on the right hand, on Brister’s Hill, lived Brister Freeman, “a handy Negro,” slave of Squire Cummings once.... Not long since I read his epitaph in the old Lincoln burying-ground, a little on one side, near the unmarked graves of some British grenadiers who fell in the retreat from Concord,—where he is styled “Sippio Brister,”MScipio Africanus he had some title to be called,—”a man of color,” as if he were discolored.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)