That stage where you're not quite dating but you're more than friends. If you were to say you were either dating or friends, you would use finger quotes and therefore, you are quoting.
Are you and Tom dating, you've been hanging out a lot lately.
No, we're just quoting.
by Jessie Alexander November 3, 2007
When people who are either inept with the English language or stupid hear the phrase "quote unquote" and construe it as quote on quote.
and I repeat quote on quote, "let there be light."
by nayho July 21, 2014
I mishearing of quote, unquote when a person is usually quoting someone else’s phrase or saying something unsurely or in a sarcastic manner
Person 1: I heard that so-and-so had a quote-on-quote “illness” yesterday
Person 2: uhhh, don’tcha mean “quote, unquote?”
Person 1: sure, whatever
by buddy...not.the.elf. December 22, 2022
Things that other people have said. The original author is usually not given credit for saying it first. Quotes are nice to say in front of friends and acquaintances to impress them and make them think you are funny and intelligent.
The ability to recite quotes is a good substitute for wit.
by libertykillingconservatives February 6, 2005
–adverb
1. in exactly the same words; word for word: to repeat something quotely.

–adjective
2. corresponding word for word to the original source or text: a quotely record of the proceedings.

3. skilled at recording or noting down speeches, proceedings, etc., with word-for-word accuracy: a quotely stenographer.
"And you said quotely, you said..."
by Big Pun Leslie March 12, 2008
A quote is a word, phrase or sentence that you add to a conversation/essay but is not of your creation, but someone else's.
I would like to quote my brother on this, "flo sucks like donkey kong"...
by you wouldn't care September 5, 2005
To gain status in a gang. Sometimes used as a means to challenge another member with higher status(OG).
"You've been hangin' 'round the hood for a while lil hommie, its bought time you got quoted."
by Shnar September 16, 2006