(verb): 1. the act of reversing a course of action, mission, food/drink item, and/or significant other that one has quit prior. 2. To quit the quitting process.
“Sally told me she quit talking to Josh, but now she is talking to him on the phone right now. She is totally quit-quitting."
by OG quitter December 29, 2010
A very posh expression used to express profound agreement, with strong understatement. Only used by the highly posh British. The 'double-quite' is a relative of the 'single quite', used in the similar circumstances, but less profound and much more common. The double-quite is not to be used by amateurs, or the would-be posh. It confers an added degree of standoffishness, unexpressed opinion or derision (as compared to the single quite) with respect to the person or thing being discussed.
person1: if Anne Boleyn doesn't give the king a male heir, she's going to be in trouble!

person 2: quite, quite
by evilninjamaster November 13, 2009
Accentuated form of the word "quite". Often used in conjunction with "indoid", "suckers", "au au" and "ass".
Au au, quite quite ya ass! Indoidly!
by Eugene Wong September 14, 2003