- In the beginning, the same man sat for three days and three nights chained to this ungrateful task until at last we saw him, his face convulsed, almost mad after unremittingly labelling all this suffering with names and figures. - "The New Book Of Martyrs", Georges Duhamel.
- Perhaps a little of its want of attraction must be set down to a pestilent habit of Jonson's, which he had at one time thought of applying to Every Man in his Humour, the habit of giving foreign, chiefly Italian, appellations to his characters, describing, and as it were labelling them- Deliro, Macilente, and the like. - "A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature", George Saintsbury.
- So I waited patiently for the time when I might, perhaps, secure the position of labelling. - "An Anarchist Woman", Hutchins Hapgood.