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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRADEMARK

Bear in mind that your name is to you what a trademark is to a manufacturer.

If the 'trademark' were not popular, it would hardly have been assumed.

One of the gifts of antiquity to our modern life is the use of the trademark.

It looks like a trademark, but that is only an accident and not intentional.

Copyright the words 'Crimson Cord' as trademark for every possible thing.

When Ali arrived, The Jackal had been there and gone, but he had left his trademark.

The trademark infringement made him grin, hard and spitless.

They are well-known, they are recognized by the trademark, and that is their individuality.

The devil has stolen the trademark of light for half his wares.

The last three words were his trademark, his invariable sign-off.

WORD ORIGIN

1838 (the thing itself attested continuously from 14c.), from trade (n.) + mark (n.1). Figurative use by 1869. As a verb, from 1904. Related: Trademarked; trademarking.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRADEMARK

brand

noundistinctive label, mark
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