catchphrase

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n catchphrase a phrase that has become a catchword
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Usage


In news:

Charlie Sheen may want to trademark his catchphrases.
Ringo Starr has more to share with his fans than just his famous "peace and love" catchphrase.
Of course, The Expendables 2 is all good fun and games and recycled catchphrases.
Whether it was our bromance with heritage brands, or the shellacking that some collaborations took, 2010 saw no shortage of P.R.-driven catchphrases and trendy terms.
The 18th edition of " Bartlett 's Familiar Quotations," has just been released, the first for the electronic age and a chance to take in some of the new faces, events and catchphrases of the past 10 years.
After all, that became the catchphrase for the 1973.
People Insert Perky Catchphrase Here.
A man attending the Democratic National Convention holds up a bumper sticker touting one of the catchphrases of President Obama's reelection campaign.
Catchphrases are plentiful this election season, but civility isn't.
Here's something you can teach them as a coping mechanism: the catchphrase "people first, things second.".
Here's something you can teach them as a coping mechanism: the catchphrase "people first, things second.
Inc, a company that had claimed to have trademarked the catchphrase, that dismisses a lawsuit over the use of "Who Dat ".
The reality star claims the clothier profited off his catchphrase even as it tried to distance itself from him.
"Sweet beans" happens to be Melissa "Missy" Mast's catchphrase for the way she responds to life's thanksgivings, and it literally ties in with her job as an enterprising ADEC barista at Gaining Grounds in Goshen.
Slate 's Brian Palmer explains how "right-to-work" became management's favorite political catchphrase.
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