[ sloh-guh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF slogans
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We can not permit ourselves to be narrowed and dwarfed by slogans and phrases.

One of my slogans was that I was the "unbossed candidate of the unbossed people."

Consequently “fall forward,” “get your distance,” were slogans of the old game.

He was also used in appeals for world peace and other slogans directed at the Muslim countries in the Middle East.

"Taxation without representation is tyranny" was one of the slogans of liberty in this country one hundred and twenty years ago.

Yet many Chinese thought in terms of a "realism" compounded of slogans and military exigencies.

They have remained merely a part of the Wobblies' varied collection of slogans and doctrines.

Slogans epitomizing the spirit of races fan the flames of human conflict.

With the fervour with which they recited Marxist slogans in their past – they chanted capitalist sobriquets in the present.

"Low prices" had been one of the slogans of the young man's campaign, and he had cut under all of his competitors.