titleholder

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ti·tle·hold·er

 (tīt′l-hōl′dər)
n.
1. One, especially a champion, who holds a title.
2. One that holds legal title to something, such as a motor vehicle.

titleholder

(ˈtaɪtəlˌhəʊldə)
n
(General Sporting Terms) a person who holds a title, esp a sporting championship
ˈtitleˌholding adj

ti•tle•hold•er

(ˈtaɪt lˌhoʊl dər)

n.
1. a person who holds a title.
2. a person who holds a championship.
[1900–05]
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At 29 years old, 10 months after a crowning moment at county level when his Lord's hat-trick clinched the championship from under titleholding Yorkshire's noses, he has a new personal challenge.
But at the age of 29, 10 months after a crowning moment at county level when his Lord's hat-trick clinched the championship from under titleholding Yorkshire's noses, his England breakthrough came in equally memorable circumstances across London at The Oval.
He should overcome the American and will then look to set up a clash with WBO belt-holder Wladimir or his WBC titleholding brother Vitali later this year.
Members of the titleholding classes formed the hereditary leadership of Ts'msyeen communities.
The European Capital of Culture scheme starts in 2005 as a successor to the European City of Culture project, and the titleholding city rotates among the member states.