quote +‎ -worthy


quoteworthy (comparative more quoteworthy, superlative most quoteworthy)

  1. Worthy of being quoted; quotable.
    • 1964, Lawrence Wright, Home Fires Burning: The History of Domestic Heating and Cooking, p. 110:
      The Earl of Lauderdale's speech is especially quoteworthy in the light of the horrors that he had just heard.
    • 1999, David Gauntlett, Annette Hill, TV Living: Television, Culture and Everyday Life, p. 158:
      Furthermore, whilst we would have been pleased to have been able to give you some quoteworthy examples of men cruelly dominating the choice of video movie rentals, these simply did not appear in the diaries either.
    • 2004: Kenneth L. Rosenauer, Storycrafting: A Process Approach to Writing News, p. 229:
      Do not forget quoteworthy comments from stakeholders in the process.