Definition of quotable in English:

quotable

Syllabification: quot·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈkwōtəbəl
 
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adjective

(Of a person or remark) suitable for or worth quoting.
More example sentences
  • In the ‘more things change, the more they stay the same’ department, here's a quotable quote.
  • He showers you with quotable quotes and his interviews are peppered with sensational statements.
  • This film is eminently quotable, as it quotes many sources itself.

Derivatives

quotability

Pronunciation: /ˌkwōtəˈbilətē/
noun
More example sentences
  • It's not the greatest film, but I have a lot of fondness for it and its quotability can't be denied.
  • His seemingly eternal quotability would make him quite an asset.
  • He scoffs at such suggestions, restating the fact that his quotability is derived from his succinctness, a talent he has had to nurture because of the difficulty he has communicating.

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