1 Some quotation that they would recognise from Shakespeare or from the Melodies would be better.
2 Now that supper was coming near he began to think again about his speech and about the quotation.
3 He ran over the headings of his speech: Irish hospitality, sad memories, the Three Graces, Paris, the quotation from Browning.
4 Mr. Bounderby may have been annoyed by the repetition of his own words to Stephen Blackpool, but he cut the quotation short with an angry start.
5 Anne could not immediately fall into a quotation again.
6 Mr. Micawber was so very much struck by this happy rounding off with a quotation, that he indulged himself, and us, with a second reading of the sentence, under pretence of having lost his place.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 52. I ASSIST AT AN EXPLOSION
7 The youth wished to launch a joke--a quotation from newspapers.
8 Up in the city I tried for a while to list the quotations on an interminable amount of stock, then I fell asleep in my swivel-chair.