catchphrase

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Synonyms for catchphrase

Synonyms for catchphrase

a phrase that has become a catchword

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Noel may have missed out, but 20 new characters have been added to the award-winning gagathon, which has already spawned a host of catchphrases, including "Brilliant
ANNE Robinson's cruel catchphrase on the hit quizshow The Weakest Link has proved a fashion hit.
Though unlike most catchphrases which become popular it has a nasty edge to it.
Ross believes comedy catchphrases are dying out as shows move more towards characterisation.
Many catchphrases are associated with comedians, film stars and politicians.
According to the Oxford Dictionary of Catchphrases these range from the foreign weathergirl's description 'scorchio', to the leering clothes shop workers, 'suits you sir'.
His lawyers have made substantially more through suing people who rip off his catchphrase.
CHEWIN' THE FAT stars Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill are killing off one of their lighthouse keepers - and his Gonnae No Dae That catchphrase.
THE catchphrase which sparked the sales of millions of bouquets has blossomed into the best advertising slogan ever, according to a survey.
Like Little Britain, Pobol y Cwm has also coined many memorable catchphrases over the last 30 years including Meic Pierce's immortal catchphrase 'Hwre 'Wan
THE catchphrase that sold millions of bouquets of flowers has blossomed into the best advertising slogan ever, according to a survey.
SIR -Anthony Barnes' article on greatest comedy catchphrases (The Western Mail, July 10) made interesting reading.
Danger Mouse's most famous catchphrases were "Good grief
He also embellished the end of his catchphrases with a funny little noise which we all copied.