Synonyms of 'trademark'
the name or other symbol used by a manufacturer to distinguish his or her products from those of competitorsThe fabric carries a Pure New Wool trademark.
The letter bore no company name or logo.
lawns and flowerbeds that bear the stamp of years of confident care
the emblem of the Red Cross
Equations are generally written with a two-bar equals sign.
The eagle almost didn't make it onto the seal of America.
Urbanization became both a goal and a badge of progress.
On the wall is the family crest.
He uses a hallmark on the base of his lamps to distinguish them.
a tunic bearing the insignia of the captain of the Irish Guards
any distinctive sign or mark of a person or thingthe spiky punk hairdo that became her trademark
Genes determine the characteristics of every living thing.
trait, , ,
Creativity is a human trait.
the quirks and foibles of people in everyday situations
a strange peculiarity of the university system
One of his idiosyncrasies was to wear orange gloves.
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in the sense of badge
any revealing feature or markUrbanization became both a goal and a badge of progress.
in the sense of crest
a heraldic design or figure used on a coat of arms and elsewhereOn the wall is the family crest.
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Thesaurus for trademark from the Collins English Thesaurus