Definitions for quoter
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
quotekwoʊt(v.; n.)quot•ed, quot•ing
(v.t.)to repeat (a passage, phrase, etc.) from a book, speech, or the like, as by way of authority or illustration.
to repeat words from (a book, author, etc.).
to cite or bring forward as support.
to enclose (words) within quotation marks.
to state the current or market price of (a stock, bond, etc.).
(v.i.)to make a quotation or quotations, as from a book or author.
(used by a speaker to indicate the beginning of a quotation.)
Ref: quotation mark.
Idioms for quote:
quote unquote,so called; as it were:
If you're a quote unquote liberal, they're suspicious of you.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Idiom
Origin of quote:
1350–1400; ME coten, quoten < ML quotāre to divide into chapters and verses
a communicator (speaker or writer) who uses quotations
Someone who quotes.
one who quotes the words of another