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Synonyms for watchword

Synonyms for watchword

a slogan used to rally support for a cause

a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

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Education has been the watchword that has helped the Institute of Real Estate Management become an international powerhouse in the field of property management.
While some of the foundational structures of the republic were created during the age of the Roman kings, their behavior nevertheless eventually caused the word "king" to become a watchword for tyranny in the minds of many later Romans.
Convenience is the watchword behind a split-pack format for Helen Browning organic sausages.
PITTSBURGH, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- WatchWORD Productions recently signed an agreement with Good News Holdings of Los Angeles to release the world's first Video Bible as the ultimate Christian answer to "The Da Vinci Code" movie.
The Sedici also features a solidly built cabin where durability is the watchword with serviceable and hardwearing material.
In the young-adult literature market, the watchword for book marketing and for authors has been "relevance.
As for the capital, "due diligence" is the foundation's watchword.
Drama is the watchword on this collection of rebel rockers and passionate Spanish ballads.
Moderation is usually a good watchword, and new research suggests that this holds true for people worried about fat.
Now, we need to adopt transparency as the watchword for our own rules and procedures.
Sticking together" was a watchword as Army and Navy port operators worked around-the-clock Dec.
Hybridity is the watchword of the seventy performances Murphy has slated for REDCAT'S first four months.
Accountability is the watchword in fundraising, since the most important asset of a fundraiser is trust," Dr.