[uhn-kwoht; contrastively uhn-kwoht]
verb (used without object), un·quot·ed, un·quot·ing.
to close a quotation (often used with the word quote, which notes the opening of the quotation): The senator said, quote, I am unalterably opposed to this policy, unquote.
Origin of unquote
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It may be added that what are by far the finest passages in Dunbar's poems are passed unnoticed and unquoted by Mr. Smeaton.Ephemera Critica
John Churton Collins
an expression used parenthetically to indicate that the preceding quotation is finished
to close (a quotation), esp in printing
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