pull quote

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A pull quote in the middle of two columns of writing

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pull quote (plural pull quotes)

  1. (graphic design) A brief excerpt drawn from an document and set separately from the main text—often in larger type and/or in a frame—in order to draw the eye.
    • 2017, Tom Nichols, The Death of Expertise, page 10:
      Experts are often reduced to sound bites or "pull quotes," if they are consulted at all.
    • 2022 November 19, Barney Ronay, “Gianni Infantino does his Football Jesus act during bizarre monologue on Qatar”, in The Guardian[1]:
      Really, though, in between the pull quotes and the killer lines, Infantino’s performance was something far more disturbing.


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