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Synonyms for catch phrase

a phrase that has become a catchword

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The radio show with more catch phrases than any other, due mainly to its galaxy of stars in the cast, was Educating Archie - yes, we listened to a ventriloquist dummy on radio
Janet thinks this is a wonderful phrase, of course; I think it is one of the most annoying catch phrases of the Religious Right.
Each has been accompanied by its various buzzwords and catch phrases, paperwork, consultants, success stories, proponents, detractors and heaps of debate about its true usefulness.
These are some of the catch phrases heard from Justice Secretary Leila de Lima and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman Francis Tolentino when they joined Liberal Party standard-bearer and Interior Secretary Manuel Mar Roxas II in a Daang Matuwid People's Dialogue in Cebu City on Monday.
Plenty of photo ops and catch phrases like ``political capital,'' but what's he really done?
Bruce had the audience in stitches as he littered the show with his trademark catch phrases including, ``Nice to see you, to see you nice''.
They'll also no doubt tell you he's the guy who helped create Loadsamoney and Stavros for his old mate Harry before going on to think up the catch phrases ``suits you sir,'' and ``jumpers for goalposts''.
You have to be prepared to move things on a molecular level,'' is one of those catch phrases that Bill Logan, a New Jersey-based artist and fly tier, likes to quote.
The show promises a lot of psycho-babbly catch phrases (``The only thing standing between you and your goals,'' Bob famously intones, ``is you - and your goals.
It also featured no fewer than two funny catch phrases, including the fatuous yet fatalistically correct, ``The only thing standing between you and your goals is you - and your goals.