A 'slogan' is a phrase used to attract attention, as in advertising.

A 'slogan' is a rallying cry, as of a political party.

A 'slogan' is originally, the war cry or gathering cry of Scottish Highland and Irish clans.
Nike's slogan: Just do it !

by Barbara Gauss October 30, 2005
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(slow·gan) noun
1. Phrase memorized by cult followers to insure the continuation of the cult.
2. Advertising gimmick used by corporations to get free advertising.
3. Phrases memorized by people who can not think for themselves.
1. AA uses the slogan "Keep coming back" because they want you in the cult forever.
by JR Harris March 31, 2011
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A short, "catchy" phrase, small enough to fit on a button, t-shirt, or a bumper sticker, usually used as a substitute for thought. Often degenerates into a mantra, usually diffused with facts.
"Here's our slogan: 'When Clinton lied, no one died.'"

"Yes they did. They died in Somalia and Bosnia."
by Gahmuret July 20, 2006
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A slogan is a metaphor for a penis. Marilyn Manson uses it in his song: "This is the New Shit"
Got your lovey-dovey sad and lonely
Stick your stupid slogan in
by Jens Hansen March 25, 2004
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Someone who can't talk straight.
They just spout slogans.
I am so sick of the Australian Prime Minister
He can't even answer a simple question without laying the shit on thick.
That dickhead is such a sloganeer.
by 29gts11 January 24, 2020
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A trends which is publicized and later on slowly achieving it divinity catch on from person to person sharing a same understanding of the subject.
i drove a car pass a steak house and it read "EAT ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR THE PRICE OF 59" and later i pass a noodle restaurant and it said "Don't Knock, We're Out of Noodle"

or the U.S. army slogan "be all you can be"

50 cent slogan "Get rich or die trying"
by Hemp-isphere October 4, 2010
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Pronunciation: Slow-gahn-ear-ring.

Conjugation: Sloganeering.



Street philosophy that has steamed off the underground of Milan because of the webification of a new generation of street artists whose graffiti became heavily influenced with the finding and posting of excerpts from poetry, film dialogue, interviews, basically anything with speech and anything they had access to by means of the web in order to express their personal message using a previously written text.
Taylor was sloganeering the brick wall with a phrase that I could read, but couldn't pin from where I had heard it years before.
by T4Trauble November 12, 2010
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