Etymology
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quotable (adj.)

"capable of or suitable for being quoted or cited," 1804, from quote (v.) + -able. Related: Quotably; quotableness; quotability.

updated on March 23, 2021

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Definitions of quotable from WordNet

quotable (adj.)
able or fit to be repeated or quoted;
he comes up with so many quotable phrases
Synonyms: repeatable
quotable (adj.)
suitable for or worthy of quotation;
a quotable slogan
his remarks are not quotable in mixed company
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