The idea that jazz has become a catchword for pomposity is painful for those of us who care deeply about this music.
And it needed but a misunderstanding or a catchword to turn in a moment from recreation to violence.
Punch only saw in it "the catchword of a self-seeking swaggerer."
Unthinking friends sometimes gave him the catchword abruptly.
“Unclean,” he muttered, recalling a catchword of the world he gazed upon.
It used to be a catchword of naval correspondents that "submarine cannot fight submarine."
If you are busy, at least give me a line, and the catchword for the part I am to act.
The catchword of Guizot, who was now his minister, was: Peace and no reforms.
It was simple enough as soon as I saw the catchword in the 'Wanted' line.
Here again the stage direction is omitted, but 'Iul:' is the catchword of the previous page.