quote

Part of speech: verb

To repeat, as the words of a book or of a speaker; to cite; make a quotation.

Part of speech: verb

To give the market price of.

Part of speech: adjective

Quotable.

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Usage examples "quote":

  1. " I haven't a notion what you or the author you quote means, though I don't doubt both of you mean well, and that you are a most courageous and indeed heroic young woman. - "Weighed and Wanting", George MacDonald.
  2. As for 'Richard Dehan, ' it is enough to quote one of her character's remarks: 'I had drained my cup of shame to the dregs. - "A Novelist on Novels", W. L. George.
  3. The Temple, to quote its own words, is " An institution for strong men and women who can labor with both mind and body." - "Acres of Diamonds", Russell H. Conwell.