catchword

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a word printed at the top of the page of a dictionary or other reference book to indicate the first or last item on that page

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The justice theme was a constant at Assembly but other than Tuesday night's focus on First Nations it tended to be a catch-word that lacked definition and content--more water than wine.
The new catch-word between today's radio station's sales department and its advertisers is "clusters," the number of radio stations any given company owns in a single market.
We will increasingly learn that Delight--a catch-word that has been espoused by thought-leaders for over a decade--will be required if you are to be a leader.
The three historic catch-words of the Revolution which still stand inscribed on the public buildings of France suffered in esteem in the aftermath of the Second War.
He who wants to preserve freedom must not parrot-like repeat the catch-words of the totalitarians.