outquote

outquote

(ˌaʊtˈkwəʊt)
vb (tr)
to quote more than
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In the July issue, in an article titled "A Shortage of Workers," an outquote on page 135 was attribution to Gov.
No books except the Bible, which is why I can now outquote any archbishop when it comes to Revelation.
This could be embarrassing when someone like Piepkorn, whose reading and memory were prodigious, would outquote Denzinger (in Latin) against a powerhouse such as Murray, when both of them were on the North American dialogue before their untimely deaths.