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  • adverb In an unquotable way.

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Examples

  • Chicago's mayor-elect on Wednesday made a $5,000 charitable donation in the name of Dan Sinker, a Columbia College professor who confessed to being the anonymous wit behind @MayorEmanuel, a Twitter account as hilariously and unquotably vulgar as the man himself.

    in other news . . .

  • Chicago's mayor-elect on Wednesday made a $5,000 charitable donation in the name of Dan Sinker, a Columbia College professor who confessed to being the anonymous wit behind @MayorEmanuel, a Twitter account as hilariously and unquotably vulgar as the man himself.

    In other news: Rahm meets Fake Rahm; Beyonce, Mariah, apologize over Gaddafi concerts; Fred Grandy out at WMAL

  • Caesar's veterans could sing ribald verses unrebuked at their general's triumph, verses unquotably obscene and casting the foulest aspersions on the character of one whom they worshipped almost as a god.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • There is no silver bullet; in, particular, there is little our diplomats can do to protect themselves from the indiscretions and machinations of others, beyond making themselves unquotably boring.

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  • There is no silver bullet; in, particular, there is little our diplomats can do to protect themselves from the indiscretions and machinations of others, beyond making themselves unquotably boring.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • There is no silver bullet; in, particular, there is little our diplomats can do to protect themselves from the indiscretions and machinations of others, beyond making themselves unquotably boring.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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