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- adv. In an unquotable way.
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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.
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.
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.