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a usually pithy and familiar statement expressing an observation or principle generally accepted as wise or true

a rallying term used by proponents of a cause

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I don't think the mottoes are necessarily religiously based.
In December 1863, Pollock submitted to Chase designs for new one-, two-, and three-cent pieces, on which one of the following mottoes should appear: "Our country; our God" or "God our trust.
Malachy (1094-1148) point out that only two of 122 mottoes remain unfulfilled: "From the Glory of the Olive," and "Peter II the Roman.
It was inevitable that the Senate confirmation hearings on the nomination of Edwin Meese 3d for Attorney General would focus attention on my career as a maker of mottoes.
When Oklahoma legislators passed a law encouraging display of America's national mottoes in public schools, members of the Oklahoma Chapter of Americans United decided to go on the offensive.