Examples of mantra in a Sentence
a businessman whose mantra is “bigger is better”
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Dancers making music with their feet is an easy crowd-pleaser, and a testimony to CHRP artistic director Lane Alexander's mantra that rhythm brings people together.
Largemouth bass are Schmitt's favorite prey; catch-and-release is his mantra.
That positive work climate stems from maintaining a focus on Laitram's philosophy that includes mantras of respect, self-credibility, integrity, innovation, productivity and continuous improvement, LaBiche said.
French President Emmanuel Macron, who spoke to the Trump Thursday, reflected the rest of the world's view, trolling the US leader in a live television broadcast to the French people by throwing his campaign mantra back at him.
Aunt Muriel’s mantra when the inevitable burn and peel appeared: Beauty has its price.
The Mansfield School District has a mantra that learning is a year-round activity.
This became the mantra and the dream, echoing through the decades.
Or, more simply, think – the word that was IBM's famous mantra and iconographic symbol for decades.
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Origin and Etymology of mantra
Sanskrit, sacred counsel, formula, from manyate he thinks; akin to Latin mens mind — more at mind
First Known Use: 1795
MANTRA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mantra for English Language Learners
: a sound, word, or phrase that is repeated by someone who is praying or meditating
: a word or phrase that is repeated often or that expresses someone's basic beliefs
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