from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person who invents or uses slogans.
- intransitive v. To invent or use slogans.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Someone who makes and spreads slogans
- v. To make and disseminate slogans; often contrasted with substantive debate
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who coins and uses slogans to promote a cause
- v. coin new slogans
Kathleen Dienne has been a reporter, a theatrical stage manager, a ghostwriter, a sloganeer, a video game consultant and a marketing analyst.
He was a great public speaker and a great sloganeer.
I suspect that the filmmakers have their own opinion, but they were careful not to sloganeer about it.
Morris Fishbein, voice of medicine as editor of the Journal of American Medical Association through the 1920s and the 1940s, was a wordsmith and sloganeer.
Israel Zangwill, the sloganeer behind “The land without a people for a people without a land,” also knew full well that Palestine was already inhabited.
Behind of the ideological tossed salad nature of many of the self professed Ayn Rand fans, I don't think it's fair to criticize Rand's ideas on the basis of the scatterbrain sloganeer like Malkin.
Does Carrie Prejean rank up there with Westboro Baptist pastor and "God Hates Fags" sloganeer Fred Phelps and his family of funeral protesters?
During U.S. Attorney of Colorado Troy Eid's peculiar press conference Tuesday night, he characterized the men as "just a bunch of meth heads," framing his question-and-answer session with reporters more like an anti-drug campaign sloganeer than a chief law enforcement official:
Senile, flag waving geriatric and delusional church lady versus smiling sloganeer empty suit and smiling sloganeer empty suit.
I know you, Dan Seals, Ellen or other ultra left wing Democrats who post here have no solutions other than to ridicule and sloganeer.