Quotable ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Quotable ( adjective )

  1. Worthy of being quoted; memorable or noteworthy.
  2. Suitable or appropriate to be quoted.

Origin:

Formed from the verb "quote" and the suffix "-able".

Examples:

  1. The speech was full of quotable quotes that the audience eagerly jotted down.
  2. The book was full of quotable passages that people liked to share on social media.
  3. The politician's speech was full of quotable soundbites that were repeated on the news.
  4. The professor's lectures were full of quotable insights that his students still remembered.
  5. The author's work was full of quotable phrases that became popular catchphrases.

(As a noun)

Quotable ( noun )

  1. Worthy of being quoted; memorable or noteworthy.
  2. Suitable or appropriate to be quoted.

Origin:

Formed from the verb "quote" and the suffix "-able".

Examples:

  1. The speech was full of quotable quotes that the audience eagerly jotted down.
  2. The book was full of quotable passages that people liked to share on social media.
  3. The politician's speech was full of quotable soundbites that were repeated on the news.
  4. The professor's lectures were full of quotable insights that his students still remembered.
  5. The author's work was full of quotable phrases that became popular catchphrases.
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