quotationally

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

quotational +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

quotationally (not comparable)

  1. As a quotation; by use of quotations.
    • 1922, The Sewanee Review
      I have presented this matter thus quotationally because I am anxious to emphasize Conrad's understanding loyalty to his art...
    • 1994, Harold M Schulweis, For Those Who Can't Believe
      So as not to appear disbelieving, they opted to respond quotationally, to offer literal citation of chapter and verse.
    • 1998, Eloise Knowlton, Joyce, Joyceans, and the Rhetoric of Citation
      In my quotationally informed analysis, the ages of the poet and auctoritas are similarly premodern modes...