Sinônimos de motto
a short saying expressing the guiding maxim or ideal of a family or organization, esp. when part of a coat of armsWhat is your regiment's motto?
that old saying: `Charity begins at home'
a group of angry demonstrators shouting slogans
I believe in the maxim `if it ain't broke, don't fix it'.
An important rule is to drink plenty of water.
The new peace formula means hostilities have ended.
The old adage `Every baby brings its own love' usually turns out true.
the old proverb `where there's a will, there's a way`
the dictum that it is preferable to be roughly right than precisely wrong
the precept, `If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well'
Loyalty, support, and secrecy became the bywords of the day.
Caution has always been one of Mr Allan's watchwords.
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in the sense of adage
a traditional saying that is generally accepted as being trueThe old adage `Every baby brings its own love' usually turns out true.
in the sense of byword
a common sayingLoyalty, support, and secrecy became the bywords of the day.
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