quotably

quotably

(ˈkwəʊtəblɪ)
adv
in a quotable manner
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By the year 2000, however, the action film titles became less quotably combative-on hindsight intimating that the action film was going from hot, to cool, to cold!
As the Italian physicist Enrico Fermi so quotably inquired during a discussion about aliens more than six decades ago, "Where is everybody?
Hence the quotably conservative Moynihan--"defining deviancy down," etc.
com)-- Available today in the iTunes App Store, the iOS game Quotably brings together all of the best movie quotes in an entertainment trivia game.
IF there were three people in a certain royal marriage, and famously - quotably - there were, then there were also three people in a royal anniversary.
He might not have the laidback disposition of his predecessor but in his own highly-motivated Yorkshire way is equally affable and certainly just as quotably erudite.
Late Egyptian novelist Yehia Haqqi -- writer of "Qandil Om Hashim" (The Lamp of Om Hashim) -- quotably called CafE[umlaut] Riche the "checkpoint between Sorbonne in France and Sayyeda Zeinab.
or as quotably cool as Snatch, but Rocknrolla is nonetheless a return to form for Ritchie.
Some fans might be disappointed that the script doesn't crackle with as many of the director's quotably cool lines of dialogue as usual, but that's because Tarantino has become a man of action.
Wisdom is learning what to overlook, as William James said quotably, and so it may be unwise to point out that there's an uncanny continuity of voices between the housewife who speaks in "Next Day" and the ma n himself who shows up in "A Man Meets a Woman in the Street.
Old Jack was my best source and almost always provided some insight that surpassed mere truism -- occasionally quite quotably.
Or, as he also said more quotably, "the medium is the message" (McLuhan, 1964, p.