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Definitions for unquote
contrastively ˈʌnˌkwoʊtun·quote

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  1. unquoteinterjection

    Used in speech to indicate the end of a quotation. A misnomer from the words "end quote".

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of unquote in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of unquote in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of unquote in a Sentence

  1. Adam Sandler:

    A few weeks back when I was quote, unquote, snubbed by the academy, it reminded me when I briefly attended high school and was overlooked for the coveted yearbook superlative category best looking.

  2. Tamara Winfrey Harris:

    A lot of people are loath to believe any of the allegations, he's not, 'quote unquote,' that kind of person.

  3. Josh Holmes:

    What the President is doing by continuing to discuss the investigation [ into allegations of collusion between his campaign and Russia ] and the quote-unquote' witch hunt,' particularly on primetime Fox [ News ], is doing more to mobilize base voters than any legislative issue we've seen.

  4. Gabriel Sterling:

    I mean, she's raised millions of dollars based on things that she said and sometimes... being attacked by the quote/unquote' elites' only drives her up in terms of the esteem she's viewed by many, many people.

  5. Danielle Brown:

    He said that it was an accident, that he didn’t mean to kill her and he just wanted to scare her and hurt her because she hurt him so bad, [He also said] that he wanted to be her savior, he wanted to be the one that came in after a quote-unquote intruder did and save her.

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