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
Her method of choice? Subliminally communicating with her critics via catchphrases on T-shirts.
And of course, Taggart’s favorite catchphrase: Do something.
Bud Light’s popular catchphrase — perhaps most commonly used amongst college-aged boys — returns in the company’s two-part Super Bowl commercial.
Despite his signature catchphrase, Trump often lets others in the White House do his dirty work or pushes out subordinates by tweet or through public shaming.
Before the memo’s release, some Republicans strongly suggested that its contents would give Trump cause to treat the deputy attorney general to his signature catchphrase.
The media giant on Feb 2. filed a copyright and trademark complaint in New Mexico federal court, claiming the show infringes on the franchise's rights, including its characters, costumes and catchphrases.
Bud Light will unveil the two final installments of its Game of Thrones-esque commercials during this year’s Super Bowl, and the ubiquitous catchphrase, only to be shouted in your most hearty outside voice, is bound to go viral again.
Jackson’s cadence and catchphrases symbolized the best of fall Saturdays on ABC.
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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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