How to use Catchphrase in a sentence
The popular catchphrase of the day enjoins us to " think globally, act locally.
I think comedy catchphrase ring tones are a great idea.
James, all you've done is quote a catchphrase from a comedy program.
Her contemptuous and dismissive phrase " You're the Weakest Link, goodbye ", has become something of a national catchphrase.
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Is this really the first time Torquemada appears and doesn't utter his infamous catchphrase...?
Maybe he could have a catchphrase, such as " Quick, pass me a bucket, I feel a bit nauseous " .
Because of this show, Donald Trump has trademarked his "You're Fired!" catchphrase.
Catchphrase is probably one of the best team games that you can play on prom night.
The catchphrase 'who you gonna call?' resonates two decades later.Advertisement
Its hip up north " It's grim up North " became a catchphrase that many in the South still hold true.
Kay tops TV one-liner poll Peter Kay's ' garlic bread ' catchphrase has been named the best comedy one-liner in British TV history.
Designers will get the boot with the Design Star's catchphrase - "Your show has been cancelled."
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Steve's Australian accent and catchphrase "Crikey!" made him an instant hit with animal lovers of all ages.Advertisement
The rudest t-shirts are the ones that hold nothing back - there might be some derogatory language, a particularly suggestive catchphrase, a potentially offensive graphic or some combination of these things involved.
If you have a big group you have to entertainment, the electronic version of Catchphrase is a great large group party game.
Bill Mumy played Will Robinson, famed for the catchphrase 'Danger, Will Robinson', as often spoken by the expedition's robot.