catchphrase


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Synonyms for catchphrase

Synonyms for catchphrase

a phrase that has become a catchword

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The new ads, which see Webb play Aleksandr in human form, even have a new catchphrase -"a fizz-goggling range of savings".
Marketing director Matt Pullen said: "The biggest thing we have is the catchphrase bootiful.
And on the first day of that summer season I was offered Catchphrase.
LITTLE Britain's Vicky Pollard was yesterday named as the UK's catchphrase queen.
Presented by Aled Samuel, 40 Uchaf Siart y Dywediadau (Top 40 Catchphrase Chart) will be an opportunity to celebrate some of the most memorable creations from the world of Welsh entertainment over the last 50 years.
Which Easter treat - only available around this time of year - has the catchphrase "how do you eat yours?
You can't beat a good catchphrase (The Catherine Tate Christmas Show, BBC2, Tuesday).
MICHAEL Howard stole his party's election catchphrase from a children's TV series about two pyjama-clad bananas.
Uproar's Web version of Catchphrase recently debuted online at Uproar's British site in the United Kingdom (http://www.
When a catchphrase is coined, such as the unforgettable likes of "well jel", "no carbs before Marbs" and any sort of "vajazzle", Lime will now technically own it.
Which character used that catchphrase in Are You Being Served?
Tories lamely claimed the similarity was "pure coincidence" and that the catchphrase had come out of brain-storming sessions.
But the 34-year-old has defied BBC Scotland chiefs by refusing to dump the famous catchphrase.