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
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Along with his beloved catchphrases, Ross is widely regarded for his influence on the wrestling industry, as evidenced by his induction into the WWE, NWA and National Wrestling Halls of Fame.
Gus Wenner told Sherman that their pitch to potential acquirers is to take the magazine from biweekly to monthly, slash the editorial budget by 30 percent and, in the catchphrase of the current media moment, accelerate the pivot to video.
So: The president has plenty of good reasons to treat Tillerson to his signature catchphrase.
The game's afoot, as Holmes might say (Poe didn't give Dupin a nifty catchphrase).
This simple catchphrase has saved countless lives and sustained our way of life.
Allen Iverson’s outrage at his indifference to preparation 15 years ago gave the sports community an evergreen catchphrase.
In the heat of the violence of this month’s white-supremacist gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia, neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer published a promise to the men carrying tiki torches while chanting Nazi catchphrases.
Comey, who’s recently increased his Twitter presence in a pretty clear move to help him sell more books, tweeted a link to the Axios story and deployed his catchphrase.
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