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quotations

noun as in repetition of something spoken or written by someone

noun as in citation

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Example Sentences

Galeria is a collage of quotations: columns, chrome black tables, panels with English paisley fabric.

A Rumor of Angels: Quotations for Living, Dying and Letting Goby Gail Perry Johnson and Jill Perry Rabideau.

The format of quotations and snippets of songs and poems, made it easy to read, when reading anything longer was a challenge.

Page-long quotations from the novel are recapitulated as stage directions.

Zaretsky organizes his study around five key words, each of which acts as a magnet, drawing quotations and associations to itself.

On the other hand, I could not bring myself by lengthy or impossible quotations to vilify Duns.

Your correspondent Erica gives us some quotations and epitaphs, in which the metaphor of an Inn is applied both to life and death.

To converse with an entirely uneducated person upon literature, interlarding your remarks with quotations, is ill-bred.

So numerous are his quotations that from them alone, the student might gain all the principal facts of the Christian religion.

In the quotations from Shakespeare and Kipling, the opening sentences are the germ of what follows.

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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quotations, such as: citation, cutting, excerpt, extract, passage, and quote.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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