slo·gan·eer | \ˌslō-gə-ˈnir \

Definition of sloganeer 

: a maker or user of slogans

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sloganeer intransitive verb

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Wayne and Jennings, the Confederate flaggers, quickly crossed the street to get away from the anti-gay sloganeers. Gregory S. Schneider, Washington Post, "The story must be told.," 26 June 2018 Contrary to the vocal sloganeers who want to make America great (a.k.a. James Braxton Peterson, Fortune, "Commentary: Black Panther Wants to Save Us From Donald Trump," 13 Feb. 2018 Backseat’ Charli XCX has turned out to be the Occam’s razor of pop: a sloganeer and strategist, ruthlessly terse. Jon Pareles, New York Times, "The Playlist: Cardi B Isn’t Going Anywhere and 9 More New Songs," 22 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of sloganeer

1922, in the meaning defined above

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