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noun as in motto

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Some of the slogans used that night—including “arms up, shoot back!”

Think sexual liberation, 1970s groups like the Gay Liberation Front, and slogans like “Smash the church/Smash the state.”

But their voices were muted by hundreds of anti-war slogans.

One of the animating slogans of the protests in Ferguson has been "Black Lives Matter."

Then Stewart turned to criticize Palestinian militants, causing the correspondents to return and yell pro-Palestinian slogans.

It stirred the country with the alarming slogans of a new kind of revolution.

In this last expression I quote one of the first and most emphasized slogans of the revolution.

It rises to the surface in slogans like "human rights above property rights," "the man above the dollar."

Indeed, I could gather so much even at my desk, by the confusion of yells and slogans emitted by the contending parties.

Your slogans of the past—brotherhood of man and fatherhood of God—have gone glimmering down through the ages.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slogans, such as: saying, rallying cry, trademark, jingle, phrase, and expression.

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