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noun
the last line of a play, story, speech, etc., used to clarify or dramatize a point.
a phrase or catchword that becomes identified or associated with a person, group, product, etc., through repetition: Entertainers often develop tag lines, like Ted Lewis's “Is everybody happy?”
Machinery. (on a crane) a cable for steadying a suspended bucket at the rear.
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Origin of tag line

First recorded in 1935–40
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tag line

noun
an amusing or memorable phrase designed to catch attention in an advertisement
another name for punch line
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