catchword[ kach-wurd ]SEE DEFINITION OF catchword
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATCHWORD
Every term of endearment has become a catchword, every caress mocks us from the hoardings.
Punch only saw in it "the catchword of a self-seeking swaggerer."
“Unclean,” he muttered, recalling a catchword of the world he gazed upon.
If you are busy, at least give me a line, and the catchword for the part I am to act.
It was simple enough as soon as I saw the catchword in the 'Wanted' line.
This is still better, for it has the catchword at the beginning of the paragraph.
The catchword of Guizot, who was now his minister, was: Peace and no reforms.
A catchword, propos of nothing, is always useful, so I have duly provided it.
"They all try for a catchword—every one of 'em," explained Baker.
From516 that time the hollow phrase, Christian-German (or Teutsch), arose, and speedily became a catchword.