You searched for: “quotations
quotation (s), quotations (pl)
1. A passage or expression that is quoted or cited.
2. The act of quoting.
This entry is located in the following units: quot- (page 1) Quotes: Quotations, Quoting (page 1)
Quotes: Quotations, Quoting
Passages repeated or reproduced from a statement by someone; sometimes correctly: quoting quotes.
This entry is located in the following unit: Quotes: Quotations Units (page 6)
More possibly related word entries
A unit related to: “quotations
(a passage repeated or reproduced from a statement by someone; sometimes correctly)
(Daily-Quotations from internet sources)
(significant quotations about various topics)
Word Entries containing the term: “quotations
Latin quotations containing fugit elements.

Eheu fugaces labuntur anni. "Alas, the fleeting years glide by." As seen in Horace's Odes.

Fugit hora. "The hour flies." or "Time flies." As seen in Ovid.

Fugit irreparabile tempus. "We cannot stop time in its tracks." or "Irrecoverable time flies away." Tempus fugit is a shortened version of this proverb (or motto), as seen in Vergil.

Fugite fures omnes. "Fly (Flee) all you thieves."

This entry is located in the following unit: fug-, -fuge, -fugit (page 1)
Quotes, Quotations Units
Groups of quotations are located at this quotes site.
This entry is located in the following unit: Special Contents of Interest (page 4)
A unit at Get Words related to: “quotations
(some quotes about a variety of subjects)
(phrases or Bible quotations that are derived directly from the King Jame's version of the Bible many of which are direct quotations)
Word Entries at Get Words containing the term: “quotations
Ponder These Quotations

Ponder or think about the following over a period of time.

The next best thing to being witty one's self, is to be able to quote another wit.

—C.N. Bovée

The Magna Carta: England’s first reign check.

—Marlys Huffman

The easy way to teach children the value of money is to borrow it from them.


The Five Animal Stages of the Life of a Man are

  • spring chicken
  • little lamb
  • young lion
  • fat cat
  • old goat
On Grrr-ammar
"Yes, they've invited Jane and I
To come at four for tea."
Whatever happened to that word
That once was known as "me"?
—Dick Layman

Egotists are always me-deep in conversation.


Don't be jumping to confusions.


The mind—better read than dead!


The surprising thing about young fools is how many survive to become old fools.

—Doug Larson, United Feature Syndicate

The greatest mental risks we face today are becoming disabled, dying too soon, living too long.


There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is in having lots to do and not doing them.


Words—so innocent and powerless as they are when standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of the one who knows how to combine them.

—Nathaniel Hawthorne
This entry is located in the following unit: Focusing on Words Newsletter #14 (page 1)