Definition of Slogan

1. Noun. A favorite saying of a sect or political group.

Exact synonyms: Catchword, Motto, Shibboleth
Generic synonyms: Expression, Locution, Saying
Specialized synonyms: Catch Phrase, Catchphrase, Mantra, Battle Cry, Cry, Rallying Cry, War Cry, Watchword
Derivative terms: Sloganeer



Definition of Slogan

1. n. The war cry, or gathering word, of a Highland clan in Scotland; hence, any rallying cry.

Definition of Slogan

1. Noun. (obsolete) A battle cry (original meaning). ¹

2. Noun. A distinctive phrase of a person or group of people. ¹

3. Noun. (advertising) A phrase associated with a product, used in advertising. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Slogan

1. a motto adopted by a group [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slogan

slockened
slockening
slockens
slocking stone
slocking stones
sloe
sloe-eyed
sloe gin
sloebush
sloelike
sloes
sloetree
sloetrees
slog
slog-sweep
slogan (current term)
sloganed
sloganeer
sloganeered
sloganeering
sloganeers
sloganize
sloganized
sloganizes
sloganizing
sloganless
slogans
slogfest
slogfests
slogged

Literary usage of Slogan

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1883)
"In Dr. Murray's valuable discussion of this curious slogan, he carefully calls it Anglian (see his work on 77/« Dialect of the Southern Counties of Scotland ..."

2. Modern Salesmanagement: A Practical Handbook and Guide by Justus George Frederick (1919)
"A slogan—one of the simplest and most effective methods, particularly if the slogan has merit, either through rhyme, rhythm or some other "catchy element" ..."

3. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"The factors which were favorable to Wilson for a second term were: The slogan:" he kept us out of war''; peace and prosperity; high wages for laborers and ..."

4. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"The factors which were favorable to Wilson for a second term were: The slogan:" he kept us out of war''; peace and prosperity; ..."

5. A Magnificent Farce: And Other Diversions of a Book-collector by Alfred Edward Newton (1921)
"... A slogan FOR BOOKSELLERS I DON'T think that I was a very bad little boy, as boys go, but the fact is that I ran away from school — a boarding-school ..."

6. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"... Party—"Middle of the Road" slogan Fails— Allen of Nebraska the Man of the Hour. X TO one ever predicted the nomination of William J. Bryan at Chicago in ..."

7. Heroes and Heroines of Fiction: Modern Prose and Poetry; Famous Characters by William Shepard Walsh (1914)
"... The slogan far awa? The McGregors? Ah, I ken it weel; The Highlanders! Oh, dinna ye hear It is the grandest of them a'. Boucicault introduced the same ..."

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