Thesaurus / watchword
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Companies were forming, the watchword was already circulating, only the signal now remained to be given.

Europe needs a bugbear, a watchword that threatens, a name that makes itself feared.

In the navy regularity should be a watchword with all of us.

The watchword was "Buford," the name of the brave officer whose troops had been massacred by Tarleton after their surrender.

"Careful driving" should be the watchword of everyone who owns a motor.

Book of Etiquette, Volume 2Lillian Eichler Watson

The watchword was "Philadelphia," and strict orders were given not to discharge any firearms, except in great emergency.

Preparedness is the watchword of the Unions in this warfare.

The Armies of LaborSamuel P. Orth

They are inscribed on the banner and stamped on the hearts of the Canadian people—a watchword rather than a war cry.

Implicit obedience is the watchword of the lodge with them, and they are constantly taught to appreciate their inferiority of sex.

Then it was a watchword, a theme for Imperial conferences and for speakers at demonstrations.

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