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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquotablequot‧a‧ble /ˈkwəʊtəbəl $ ˈkwoʊ-/ adjective  INTERESTINGa quotable remark or statement is interesting, clever, or amusing a speech full of witty, quotable phrases
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quotableThey ignore ambiguities in their own writing, and in their interview material, which they treat as unproblematically quotable.Songwriters are another good source of quotable lines.Meanwhile, those garrulous starlets who utter a quotable phrase almost every time they open their mouths are few and far between.Every press release should include a quotable, provocative statement from an officer or committee member of the organization involved.
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