Definition of "quotable" [quot•a•ble]

  • Suitable for or worthy of quoting: a quotable slogan; a quotable pundit. (adjective)

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Use "quotable" in a sentence
  • "That's not what I call quotable, much less poetic."
  • "The movie proved to be immensely quotable from the moment we first saw the trailer (embedded after the jump for your viewing pleasure and nostalgia)."
  • "Most quotable from the NY Times editorial was this comment about Dr. Goddard's grasp of physics: "" does not know of the relation of action to reaction, and the need to have something better than a vacuum against which to react "."