sloganeer

[sloh-guh-neer]

noun

a person who creates and uses slogans frequently.

verb (used without object)

to create or use slogans, especially in an effort to change public opinion.

Nearby words

  1. sloe,
  2. sloe gin,
  3. sloe-eyed,
  4. slog,
  5. slogan,
  6. sloganeering,
  7. sloganize,
  8. sloid,
  9. sloka,
  10. sloke

Origin of sloganeer

First recorded in 1920–25; slogan + -eer

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British Dictionary definitions for sloganeer

sloganeer

noun

a person who coins or employs slogans frequently

verb

(intr) to coin or employ slogans so as to sway opinion
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Word Origin and History for sloganeer

sloganeer

v.

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

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