What is another word for slogans?

Pronunciation: [slˈə͡ʊɡənz] (IPA)

Slogans are often used in advertising and political campaigns to convey a message or promote a particular product or idea. Synonyms for slogans could include catchphrases, taglines, mottos, mantras, mission statements, rallying cries, or even memes. These phrases are designed to be memorable and attention-grabbing, often using clever wordplay or rhyming to make them more effective. Some slogans have become iconic, such as Nike's "Just Do It" or Apple's "Think Different." Using a catchy slogan can help a brand or cause to stand out from the competition and create a lasting impression in the minds of customers or supporters.

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Usage examples for Slogans

New slogans and new uniforms, and none of them mean anything.
"Police Your Planet"
Lester del Rey
With such slogans he brushed aside the alleged necessary logical inferences and deductions of Strigel.
"Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church"
Friedrich Bente
They expressed this teaching with the slogans, "All power to the people" and "Black power to the black people."
"The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America"
Norman Coombs

Famous quotes with Slogans

  • The art of the critic in a nutshell: to coin slogans without betraying ideas. The slogans of an inadequate criticism peddle ideas to fashion.
    Walter Benjamin
  • Ours is the age of substitutes: instead of language, we have jargon: instead of principles, slogans: and, instead of genuine ideas, bright ideas.
    Eric Bentley
  • I object to teaching of slogans intended to befog the mind, of whatever kind they may be.
    Franz Boas
  • I cannot remember a time in opposition - I am talking about the last four years - when we have done less work on policy and more on slogans. But because of my European views I wasn't allowed to participate.
    Kenneth Clarke
  • It's very easy to have slogans and rhetoric that people will follow, but eventually the slogans fall away.
    Saad Hariri

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