Labels example sentences

Related (10): Stickers, tags, brands, tickets, markers, badges, decals, signs, emblems, inscriptions


[ˈlābəl] ✕ Play

labels (plural noun)

  - a small piece of paper, fabric, plastic, or similar material attached to an object and giving information about it:

  - a piece of fabric sewn inside a garment and bearing the brand name, size, or instructions for care:

  - the piece of paper in the center of a record giving the artist and title.

  - a company that produces recorded music:

  - the name or trademark of a fashion company:

  - a classifying phrase or name applied to a person or thing, especially one that is inaccurate or restrictive:

  - (in a dictionary entry) a word or words used to specify the subject area, register, or geographical origin of the word being defined:

  - a string of characters used to refer to a particular instruction in a program.

  - a radioactive isotope, fluorescent dye, or enzyme used to make something identifiable for study:

  - a narrow horizontal strip, typically with three downward projections, that is superimposed on a coat of arms by an eldest son during the life of his father.

  - another term for dripstone

  - attach a label to (something):

  - assign to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively:


tag, ticket, tab, sticker, marker, docket, chit, flag, stamp, document, documentation, brand, trademark, line, make, logo, designation, denomination, description, characterization, identification, tag, name, epithet, nickname, title, sobriquet, byname, appellation, cognomen, dripstone, tag, tab, ticket, stamp, mark, docket, flag, categorize, classify, class, characterize, describe, designate, identify, mark, stamp, pronounce, brand, condemn, pigeonhole, stereotype, typecast, compartmentalize, typify, call, name, term, dub, nickname

"Labels" Example Sentences

1. I always make sure to read the labels on my food before I eat it.
2. The labels on the boxes were all mismatched.
3. She spent all day peeling off the labels from old jars.
4. The labels on the clothing were all mixed up.
5. The labels on the wine bottles had been switched.
6. They needed to create new labels for their products to comply with new regulations.
7. The artist added labels to his sculpture to help viewers understand its meaning.
8. The labels on the school supplies were all the same color.
9. The labels on the folders made it easy to stay organized.
10. The labels on the map were difficult to read.
11. She carefully placed the labels on the jars to avoid any mistakes.
12. The labels on the products indicated where they were made.
13. The labels on the store shelves were not in alphabetical order.
14. The labels on the music albums indicated which tracks were popular.
15. The labels on the cleaning products warned of potential hazards.
16. They ran out of labels and had to print more.
17. The labels on the medicine bottles contained important dosage information.
18. The labels on the suitcases were all faded from years of use.
19. The labels on the cables helped identify which ones went where.
20. She carefully pressed the labels onto the invitations she was sending out.
21. The labels on the spreadsheet were difficult to distinguish.
22. The labels on the books indicated which section of the library they belonged to.
23. The labels on the clothing were all written in a foreign language.
24. The labels on the storage containers were all different sizes.
25. The labels on the envelopes had to be typed out perfectly.
26. He neatly wrote the labels on the storage boxes in the garage.
27. The labels on the bottles of oil helped determine which one was best for cooking.
28. The labels on the emails helped separate important messages from spam.
29. The labels on the exhibit made it easy to understand the history behind the artifacts.
30. She carefully placed the labels on the plants she was selling at the farmers market.

Common Phases

1. "Can you help me find the label for this item?; "
2. "I always check the label before making a purchase; "
3. "The label on this package is illegible; "
4. "I need to print new labels for the products; "
5. "The label on this bottle has important warnings; "
6. "The label says that this product is gluten-free; "
7. "I often cut out labels and save them for future reference; "
8. "The label indicates that this shirt is made of 100% cotton; "
9. "I prefer products with eco-friendly labels; "
10. "The label is peeling off and needs to be replaced."

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