We love quotes at Through A Hunter’s Eyes. Sometimes the best way to say something has already been said; but then again… maybe not.
At any rate, a quote from the right author can really get to the heart of the matter, in a big, big hurry. We have a list of our favorite quotes; no doubt you have yours.
Go Back (or up to the header) and hover over the drop down menu below our Favorite Quotes tab to see some of ours. And don’t forget to add to the comment field below. We would love to hear about your favorite words of wisdom and provoking thoughts.
v. quot·ed, quot·ing, quotes
a. To repeat or copy (words from a source such as a book), usually with acknowledgment of the source: quoted lines from Shakespeare in his lecture.
b. To repeat or copy the words of (a person or a book or other source): likes to quote Shakespeare when giving advice.
c. To cite or refer to for illustration or proof: quoted statistics to show she was right.
2. To repeat a brief passage or excerpt from: The saxophonist quoted a Duke Ellington melody in his solo.
3. To state (a price) for securities, goods, or services.
To give a quotation, as from a book.
1. A quotation.
2. A quotation mark.
3. Used by a speaker to indicate the beginning of a direct quotation: “He paused and said, quote, I don’t care, unquote.”
4. A dictum; a saying.