Examples of catchphrase in a Sentence
popular catchphrases like “politically correct”
one of those advertising catchphrases that, if you think about them, don't mean much of anything
Recent Examples of catchphrase from the Web
Joga bonito: The unofficial catchphrase of the Brazilian national team.
Don Brown's top catchphrase is often seen as the identity of Michigan's defense.
Like the association rules, the Health Policy Consensus Group’s proposal bristles with free-market and anti-ACA catchphrases.
Some of the arguments amount to little more than catchphrases: Witch hunt!
Her debut single has comedy, camp and catchphrases galore.
But both catchphrases could use more context, Rayne says.
Twitter was quickly awash in footage of shouting protesters, and a guy in a Rick and Morty shirt hopping on a counter, screaming catchphrases at fry cooks.
Josh Peck The Drake & Josh star is no stranger to poking fun at his Nickelodeon alter ego, having made several Vines referencing his character's weight, goofy catchphrases, and questionable love for Oprah.
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CATCHPHRASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of catchphrase for English Language Learners
: a word or phrase that is easy to remember and is commonly used to represent or describe a person, group, idea, etc.
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