slogan

[ sloh-guh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF slogan
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You know who put over the slogan, 'Wilcox, the Solar Savior?'

"Food will win the war" was the slogan which challenged American agriculture.

Edward Bulwer-Lytton gave us the slogan "The pen is mightier than the sword."

The Land of a Million Shacks—that was the slogan of the frontier.

The eager American population adopted the slogan with enthusiasm.

You've got to start with a slogan—something spectacular and thrilling.

Their slogan was, “He may seize who hath the power and he may hold who can.”

Could it be the cry of the conquering ibex—his slogan of triumph?

Clay was the original patentee of the slogan for campaign use.

The slogan of the musical advance guard is "a gramophone in every school."

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