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  • n. Someone who quotes.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who quotes the words of another.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who quotes or cites the words of an author or a speaker.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a communicator (speaker or writer) who uses quotations


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quote +‎ -er


  • Can't remember the "quoter" but it was something along the lines of ...

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  • At an appropriate moment, a random quoter might assume a wise expression, raise a finger in the air and spout memorable lines from Great Poems or historic orations for the edification of those within earshot.

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  • This law supersedes Godwin, so that even if the quote is about Hitler, the quoter still wins.

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  • The most troubling defense (by the PD/RN data quoter) does just that: quote date – without any obvious concern for those younger woman who don't fit "the data" ... and still get breast cancer. ib

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  • In his opposition to civil rights legislation, he might be called the original “tenther” -- that is, a serial quoter of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution, which reserves for the states all powers not expressly granted to the Federal government, with which he justified hamstringing all efforts by Washington to rectify social or economic injustice.

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  • Did the media miss quoter her on RFK, Did the media miss quote her when she produces Math that discounts the votes of Caucus states, becuase they don't go her way?

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  • Then, invariably, Grandmommy the non-stop quoter of scripture would suddenly begin telling dirty jokes -- so filthy that my raunchy mother would gasp and I often didn't understand the punchline.

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  • Oh well, never let the truth get in the way of a good storyTrouble is it's nigh on impossible to read between somes lines when the quoter is not listening but rearranging their prejudices.

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  • Super duper david .... mm ... can the masked quoter be topped

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  • What always happens in this situation is a scenario like this - someone wrote the article, a detractor picked up on it at the time remember this is 40 years ago, 20 or 30 others picked up on it in the original, the article was pulled or archived, everyone else for the next 40 years quotes a quoter.

    [decline and fall] death throes of a society


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