But she was quoting Rousseau and Voltaire in her letters when she was only 16, before she ever met the doctor.
When Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld lampooned Del Boca Vista, they implicitly recognized that they were quoting.
“Paradise lies at the feet of mothers,” Erdogan said on Monday, quoting the Prophet Muhammad.
He was quoting from the book in campaign speeches back in September 2008.
But more often than not, Perry is lumping together early constitutional debaters and quoting the people on the losing side.
When quoting the statement of an opponent, be sure to be accurate.
So one might go on quoting felicity for ever from this writer.
It will be observed that we have made use chiefly of documents, quoting from chronicles only when it seemed absolutely necessary.
By the time he told his mother he was come to quoting Hurst's adjectives as his own.
He would have no one in mind whom he might be quoting at the moment.
late 14c., coten, "to mark (a book) with chapter numbers or marginal references," from Old French coter, from Medieval Latin quotare "distinguish by numbers, number chapters," from Latin quotus "which in order? what number (in sequence)?," from quot "how many," from PIE *kwo-ti-, from pronomial root *kwo- (see who).
The sense development is via "to give as a reference, to cite as an authority" (1570s) to "to copy out or repeat exact words" (1670s). Modern spelling with qu- is from early 15c. The business sense of "to state the price of a commodity" (1866) revives the etymological meaning. Related: Quoted; quoting.
"a quotation," 1885, from quote (v.). From c.1600 as "a marginal reference." Quotes for "quotation marks" is from 1869.