unquotable

ADJECTIVE
  1. not able or fit to be repeated or quoted
    what he said was funny but unquotable
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How To Use unquotable In A Sentence

  • You forgot one of his lesser-known liabilities - he speaks in an unquotable tangle of tangents and half finished sentences.
  • Ninety-eight percent of his remarks are highly technical - utterly brilliant in their command of detail, virtually unquotable in their density of jargon.
  • So it begins, then becomes unquotable in any publication that isn't sold off the newsagent's top shelf. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because, let's face it, hot country is the cheesiest music there ever was, with the possible exception of hyperpatriotic American war anthems in the 1940s, utterly unquotable by today's common man.
  • Second, the media often made blunders in reporting, like misquoting sources or printing unquotable quotes.
  • As you can see from this beginning of a summary, one thing does very much lead to another, and Lively glides among her different narrative centers so effortlessly as to make the book almost unquotable.
  • what he said was funny but unquotable
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