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noun as in chant

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Now this week with a new launch of lux durags, the brand is continuing its accessibility mantra while also having a complete understanding of the culture.

A mantra ever present in Telfar’s branding is, as the bottom of the Telfar website reads, “Not For You— For Everyone.”

While “listen to your body” feels like cliché advice, it’s still a good mantra.

In honor of Teton Gravity Research’s 25th anniversary, the media company’s latest ski film is an ode to “living the dream”—the mantra that started it all.

Business executives interviewed at the time said the old mantra of “shareholder value” was out of touch with the complexity of managing a global enterprise.

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The GOP should embrace the work ethic as its mantra, and this time act like they mean it.

The mantra in Washington is to “manage” differences with Beijing and find areas of cooperation.

Make way not for ducklings but for relentless darkness: so the operative mantra goes.

The Krishna Movement stresses continual silent chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra in order to keep the mind focused on God.

A growing array of critics understand the need to break with the megacity mantra.

And o'er sacred rights of homa Brahmans chant their mantra high, There is heard the jackal's wailing and the raven's ominous cry!

Faced the sun with hands conjoinéd and the sacred mantra told,— Hymns by ancient rishis chanted, sanctified by bards of old!

If a novice, the girl has the radical mantra whispered thrice in her ear.

The mantra or sacred sentence best known in the Buddhadom and abroad.

He had also learnt the mantra (the mystic charm) by heart; but the doctor had sworn him to secrecy and he told it to nobody.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mantra, such as: hymn, melody, shout, singing, tune, and carol.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.