verb (used with object), quot·ed, quot·ing.
- to state (a price).
- to state the current price of.
verb (used without object), quot·ed, quot·ing.
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One Boy Scouts promotion even included a quote from Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gorden Low.What the Girl Scouts’ lawsuit against the Boy Scouts gets wrong|Lila MacLellan|December 30, 2020|Quartz
Below you’ll find key takeaways, quotes and stats, as well as videos from our recent Future of TV event and more.Deep Dive: How the coronavirus crisis accelerated the already cresting CTV sea change|Jessica Rapp|December 21, 2020|Digiday
To keep it simple, in some cases, we have shortened or paraphrased the quotes in the headlines.
Slauson believed Mehta used his quotes selectively to portray Tebow as a quarterback who was nothing but an athlete.A divisive Jets reporter, accused of bullying, loses his place on the beat|Ben Strauss|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
Next to the originator of a good sentence is the first quoter of it.Familiar Quotations|John Bartlett
Had he been a quoter of Scripture his chosen text might have been, "Am I my brother's keeper?"The Roof Tree|Charles Neville Buck
Like Suger, Peter the Venerable was a quoter of the classics, and a literary man.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
A quoter is either ostentatious of his acquirements, or doubtful of his cause.Why we should read|S. P. B. Mais
A quoter is either ostentatious of his acquirements or doubtful of his cause.Imaginary Conversations and Poems|Walter Savage Landor