sloganeer

[sloh-guh-neer]
verb (used without object)
  1. to create or use slogans, especially in an effort to change public opinion.

Origin of sloganeer

First recorded in 1920–25; slogan + -eer
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British Dictionary definitions for sloganeer

sloganeer

noun
  1. a person who coins or employs slogans frequently
verb
  1. (intr) to coin or employ slogans so as to sway opinion
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Word Origin and History for sloganeer
v.

1941, from noun (1922), from slogan + -eer. Earlier verb was sloganize (1909). Related: Sloganeering.

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