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quote British & World English

Repeat or copy out (words from a text or speech written or spoken by another person)

quote English Thesaurus

he quoted a sentence from a speech by Lord Denning

pull-quote British & World English

A brief, attention-catching quotation taken from the main text of an article and used as a subheading or graphic feature

quote —— unquote British & World English

Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating

quote —— unquote in quote British & World English

Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating

the devil can quote scripture for his purpose British & World English

People may conceal unworthy motives by reciting words that sound morally authoritative

scare quotes British & World English

Quotation marks placed round a word or phrase to draw attention to an unusual or arguably inaccurate use

smart quotes British & World English

Quotation marks which, although all keyed the same, are automatically interpreted and set as opening or closing marks (inverted or raised commas) rather than vertical lines

quote —— unquote also quote, unquote in quote British & World English

Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating

the devil can quote scripture for his purpose in devil British & World English

People may conceal unworthy motives by reciting words that sound morally authoritative


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