Definition of 'motto'
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It might also be his family motto. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Better red than dead, that was his new motto. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In fact, our unofficial motto has been to be a seeker church with depth. Christianity Today (2000)The school motto was something about promoting world peace, co-operation and understanding. The Sun (2010)The school - whose motto is'Your smartphone is your classroom! Times, Sunday Times (2014)My old school motto was'not for myself alone but for the whole world '. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He should, on no account, mention his school motto. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Crucially, kindness towards others is his new school 's motto. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My personal motto is that if a man complains about my wrinkles, the man has to go, not the wrinkles. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)
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British English: motto NOUN
A motto is a short sentence or phrase that expresses a rule for sensible behaviour, especially a way of behaving in a particular situation.
Our motto is 'Plan for the worst and hope for the best'.
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