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See definition of quoted on Dictionary.com
  • adj.repeated from another
  • adj.offered or mentioned at a stated price

synonyms for quoted

  • cited
  • copied
  • echoed
  • excerpted
  • extracted
  • paraphrased
  • plagiarized
  • recited
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How to use quoted in a sentence

The quote was provided to The Washington Post from the chain’s public relations team.
THE MCPLANT IS COMING. MCDONALD’S WON’T NAME ITS SUPPLIER, BUT ALL SIGNS POINT TO BEYOND MEAT.TIM CARMANNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
On Thursday, the DOJ filed a lawsuit to block Visa’s acquisition of Plaid and, as you can tell from all the quotes, it’s chock full of smoking guns—or at least a smoking volcano.
WHY VISA’S $5 BILLION PLAID DEAL IS IN DEEP TROUBLEAARON PRESSMANNOVEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
Another potential area of expansion is, naturally, quotes for disaster insurance—a growing business.
THIS STARTUP WANTS TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR AMERICA’S NEXT DISASTERKDUNN6OCTOBER 25, 2020FORTUNE
Clayton recommends having a local company do a walkthrough of your home, rather than giving a blind quote.
ETHERNET AND A MESH NETWORK WILL PERMANENTLY SOLVE YOUR WIFI ISSUESWHITSON GORDONOCTOBER 16, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Users will still be able to retweet without a quote, but the process adds “extra friction and an extra step,” the company said.
WITH ELECTION DAY LOOMING, TWITTER IMPOSES NEW LIMITS ON U.S. POLITICIANS — AND ORDINARY USERS, TOOELIZABETH DWOSKIN, CRAIG TIMBERGOCTOBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Starting on October 20 in a “global” change, the platform will prompt anyone who goes to retweet something to share a quote tweet instead.
CHANGING HOW RETWEETS WORK, TWITTER SEEKS TO SLOW DOWN ELECTION MISINFORMATIONTAYLOR HATMAKEROCTOBER 9, 2020TECHCRUNCH
A quote being repeated often and attributed to Mark Twain was “I have never wished a man dead but I have read many an obituary with great satisfaction.”
30 DAYS TO VICTORY IF WE KEEP WORKING HARDPETER ROSENSTEINOCTOBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Not surprisingly, many famous quotes and characters haven’t aged well, but West suggests that doesn’t mean we have to abandon them altogether.
5 NEW BOOKS TO READ IN OCTOBERRACHEL KINGOCTOBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
Over the years, Quartz has collected the stories and quotes that capture what we see as RBG’s life advice.
RUTH BADER GINSBURG’S ADVICE FOR LIVING A LIFE AS FULL AS HERSLILA MACLELLANSEPTEMBER 19, 2020QUARTZ
However, some business owners have complained that Yelp sends quote requests to competing businesses unless the consumer opts-out.
YELP’S UPDATED ‘REQUEST A QUOTE’ AND NEW ‘NEARBY JOBS’ PROVIDE LEAD-GEN FOR SMBSGREG STERLINGAUGUST 18, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
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WORDS RELATED TO QUOTED

  • brought up
  • cited
  • communicated
  • considered
  • declared
  • discussed
  • intimated
  • made known
  • named
  • quoted
  • referred to
  • revealed
  • specified
  • spoken of
  • suggested
  • told
  • voiced
  • echoed
  • paraphrased
  • quoted
  • reannounced
  • recapitulated
  • recited
  • reiterated
  • restated
  • retold
  • reuttered
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