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epigraph a pertinent quotation or motto, esp. found at the beginning of a literary work or of a chapter. [1/2 definitions]
indent1 to set (a line, paragraph, quotation, or the like) in from the margin. [1/7 definitions]
indirect discourse an indirect statement of what someone said, rather than an exact quotation, that has been altered to conform grammatically to the context in which it is made, as in "She said that she was leaving".
inverted comma (chiefly British) (usu. pl.)either of a pair of double punctuation marks (" ") used to enclose a quotation or a reference to a title, or the single punctuation marks enclosing a quotation within a quotation (''); quotation marks.
misquote an inaccurate quotation. [1/2 definitions]
off-the-record not for quotation or attribution in a publication. [1/2 definitions]
punctuation the process or an instance of adding certain marks, such as the question mark or comma, to groups of written words so as to indicate a pause, subordination, or quotation, or otherwise clarify meaning or inflection. [1/2 definitions]
quotation mark either of a pair of double punctuation marks (" ") used to enclose a quotation, or either of a pair of single punctuation marks (' ') used to enclose a quotation within a quotation.
quote to put quotation marks around (a word or words). [2/6 definitions]
sic2 thus; so (used parenthetically when citing a quotation in a written text to indicate that an apparently incorrect usage or misprint has been faithfully copied from the original and is not an error on the part of the present writer).
unquote I end the quotation (often used orally with the word "quote" to mark the limits of a direct quotation).