Word "MOTTO" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a favorite saying of a sect or political group
Synonyms:
catchword, shibboleth, slogan

Crossword Clues for MOTTO

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Clue Source Date
Saw motorway to points west and east The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Sep 2022
'E pluribus unum,' e.g USA Today 16 Sep 2022
Maxim. saying The Guardian Speedy 04 Sep 2022
'Carpe diem,' for one New York Times 17 Aug 2022
“Carpe diem,” for one New York Times 22 Jul 2022
'Carpe diem,' for one New York Times 22 Jul 2022
“Be Prepared,” e.g Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2022
Recurring phrase upset almost two-thirds of Ottomans The Telegraph Toughie 12 Jul 2022
"Live Free or Die," for New Hampshire Universal 26 Jun 2022
“Live free or die,” e.g Wall Street Journal 14 May 2022
Guiding phrase Newsday 01 May 2022
Words to live by Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2022
Phrase on a coat of arms The Guardian Quick 24 Feb 2022
"Forward," for Wisconsin Universal 16 Dec 2021
'Ua Mau ke Ea o ka 'Aina i ka Pono,' for Hawaii USA Today 28 Nov 2021
'Be Prepared,' for Boy Scouts New York Times 23 Aug 2021
Words to live by Thomas Joseph 20 Aug 2021
Words to live by Thomas Joseph 14 Aug 2021
Inspirational slogan Newsday 27 Jul 2021
Words to live by New York Times 18 Jul 2021
"Eureka" for California Family Time 28 Jun 2021
"Justice for All," for D.C Universal 24 May 2021
Utah's 'Industry,' e.g New York Times 08 May 2021
Words to live by Thomas Joseph 30 Apr 2021
Guiding maxim The Sun Two Speed 15 Apr 2021
"Equal Rights," for Wyoming Universal 15 Apr 2021
Slogan has low remark about races The Sun Two Speed 15 Apr 2021
'L'etoile du Nord,' for Minnesota USA Today 31 Mar 2021
Recurring musical phrase The Times Concise 16 Mar 2021
Words often on a logo Newsday 28 Feb 2021
Low remark about teetotaller in slogan The Sun Two Speed 16 Feb 2021
Phrase too much adopted by doctor? The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Jan 2021
Non-drinker in low slogan The Sun Two Speed 01 Jan 2021
"Forward," for Wisconsin Universal 11 Dec 2020
'!ke e: /xarra //ke,' for South Africa USA Today 17 Nov 2020
Catchphrase Thomas Joseph 03 Nov 2020
State seal text Universal 21 Oct 2020
"Eureka," for California Universal 08 Aug 2020
Writing on many a license plate New York Times 19 Jul 2020
Saw cow's comment about non-drinker The Sun Two Speed 24 May 2020
Christmas cracker item The Times Concise 04 May 2020
Cow's comment about races becomes slogan The Sun Two Speed 03 May 2020
See 69-Across New York Times 25 Feb 2020
Slogan Eugene Sheffer 14 Feb 2020
Coat of arms inscription Jonesin 31 Dec 2019
'Alki,' for Washington State New York Times 21 Nov 2019
"Alki," for Washington State
Feature of many a state flag New York Times 15 Sep 2019
Inspirational catchphrase Newsday 27 Aug 2019
'Semper fidelis' is one The Washington Post 21 Aug 2019
"Semper fidelis" is one LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2019
Maxim to live by Newsday 30 Jul 2019
Maxim The Telegraph Quick 25 Jul 2019
Low remark about race becomes slogan The Sun Two Speed 18 Jul 2019
'Be Prepared,' for one Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2019
Currency inscription The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jun 2019
Slogan The Times Concise 02 Jun 2019
Words to live by Wall Street Journal 20 May 2019
Coat of arms phrase The Times Concise 13 May 2019
Line often in Latin New York Times 21 Apr 2019
Slogan backing bottomless clothes The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Apr 2019
Words often framed LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2019
Words often framed The Washington Post 30 Mar 2019
Inspirational slogan Newsday 15 Jan 2019
Saying The Telegraph Quick 11 Jan 2019
See 62-Across Universal 09 Jan 2019
See 62-Across
"Semper fidelis" is one
Words often framed
"Be Prepared," for one
Words to live by
Feature of many a state flag
Line often in Latin
Saw flash catching too much The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Dec 2018
Watchword The Telegraph Quick 20 Oct 2018
Saying; slogan The Telegraph Quick 19 Oct 2018
Guiding maxim Universal 14 Oct 2018
'Eureka' for California, e.g Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2018
'Be prepared,' for example New York Times 09 Oct 2018
License plate feature USA Today 24 Sep 2018
''In God We Trust,'' for the United States Newsday 28 Aug 2018
Memorable saying Universal 10 Aug 2018
'You only live once,' for one New York Times 05 Aug 2018
Coin words? The Washington Post Sunday 29 Jul 2018
Words to live by New York Times 19 May 2018
Cow's comment about race becomes slogan The Sun Two Speed 13 Apr 2018
Saying Premier Sunday 04 Mar 2018
Harvard's is 'Veritas' The Washington Post 31 Jan 2018
Harvard's is "Veritas" LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2018
Guiding maxim
"You only live once," for one
"Be prepared," for example
License plate feature
Words to live by
Harvard's is "Veritas"
"Eureka" for California, e.g.
Memorable saying
Company's maxim Universal 28 Nov 2017
'Be prepared' or 'Live free or die' Wall Street Journal 13 Nov 2017
Words on a family crest USA Today 15 Oct 2017
Company maxim Premier Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Saw doctor with ill tot The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Sep 2017
"Quality is job one," for one Universal 14 Aug 2017
Words on a coat of arms USA Today 09 Jul 2017
"Crossroads of America" in Indiana, e.g LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2017
'Crossroads of America' in Indiana, e.g The Washington Post 06 Jul 2017
Male with German name getting exemplary short sentence The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Jun 2017
''Friendship,'' for Texas Newsday 01 Apr 2017
Saying in a cracker The Telegraph Quick 10 Feb 2017
"Live Free or Die" is one USA Today 24 Jan 2017
'Veritas' for Harvard or 'Veritas vos liberabit' for Johns Hopkins New York Times 03 Jan 2017
"Veritas" for Harvard or "Veritas vos liberabit" for Johns Hopkins
Company's maxim
"Live Free or Die" is one
"Quality is job one," for one
"Crossroads of America" in Indiana, e.g.
Words on a coat of arms
Words on a family crest
Watchword The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec 2016
Rhode Island's 'Hope,' e.g The Washington Post 13 Dec 2016
Catchphrase Universal 11 Nov 2016
'E pluribus unum,' e.g Premier Sunday 16 Oct 2016
Guiding phrase Newsday 18 Sep 2016
Phrase on coat of arms The Times Concise 07 Sep 2016
Brief expression of a guiding principle Universal 29 Aug 2016
Coat of arms inscription USA Today 23 Aug 2016
''Eureka,'' for California Newsday 21 Aug 2016
'In God We Trust,' for the United States New York Times 15 Aug 2016
"Eureka," to California USA Today 14 Aug 2016
"Live Free or Die," e.g USA Today 17 Jul 2016
Catchphrase for Frenchman and German Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jun 2016
Foundation's reviewed book's expurgated words to live by The Telegraph Toughie 18 May 2016
'Semper Fidelis,' for example Wall Street Journal 18 Apr 2016
Utah's "Industry," for one LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2016
Frequently framed words LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2016
"Eureka," to California
"Live Free or Die," e.g.
Coat of arms inscription
Frequently framed words
"In God We Trust," for the United States
Brief expression of a guiding principle
Watchword
Banderole inscription Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2015
"In God We Trust" is one USA Today 13 Dec 2015
Coin words, perhaps The Washington Post 29 Nov 2015
Saying rather too much in a little while The Telegraph Toughie 13 Nov 2015
Words to live by Newsday 06 Nov 2015
Guiding principle Newsday 29 Sep 2015
The Boy Scouts' 'Be Prepared,' e.g New York Times 15 Sep 2015
Slogan The Telegraph Quick 15 Jul 2015
Coat of arms element New York Times 12 Jul 2015
What's too much if wrapped in second piece of Xmas paper? The Times Cryptic 26 Jun 2015
Way of working, penning extravagant epigram The Times Cryptic 13 May 2015
Guiding phrase Family Time 11 May 2015
"Eureka" in California, e.g LA Times Daily 05 May 2015
''Be Prepared,'' e.g Newsday 29 Mar 2015
"Excelsior," to New York Universal 19 Feb 2015
Watchword Premier Sunday 25 Jan 2015
"Excelsior," to New York
"Eureka" in California, e.g.
Coin words, perhaps
Coat of arms element
Inspirational slogan
Watchword
Guiding principle
"In God We Trust" is one
Words to live by
Banderole inscription
"Be Prepared," e.g.
The Boy Scouts' "Be Prepared," e.g.
It may be below a crest
"Semper Fidelis," for the U.S. Marines
Phrase on a state seal
"Live Free or Die," for New Hampshire
Maxim
Slogan
"All for one and one for all," e.g.
"E Pluribus Unum," e.g.
E pluribus unum, for instance
Identifiable catchphrase
"Live Free or Die," for New Hampshire
Maxim
Coat-of-arms line
"Live Free or Die," to New Hampshire
New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die," e.g.
Seal words
Catchphrase
"Don't tread on me," e.g.
"In God We Trust" is one
Every state has one
Words to live by
Scouts' "Be Prepared," for one
Phrase on some samplers
Guiding phrase
"Eureka," to California
Slogan
"Be prepared," e.g.
Slogan
Slogan
Favorite saying
"Think" or "Think different"
Rhode Island's is "Hope"
"Be prepared," for one
"Semper fidelis," for one
Words to live by
"Semper Fi," for one
Slogan
Words often etched in stone
Words often etched in stone
Seal text
Maxim to live by
License plate feature, perhaps
Common inscription, e.g.
Seal inscription
Inspirational phrase
Slogan
E pluribus unum, for instance
Most U.S. states have one that isn't in English
Words to live by
Part of a seal
Epigraph
Most U.S. states have one that isn't in English
Words to live by
"Live Free or Die," e.g.
License plate words
"Semper fidelis," e.g.
"Eureka" in California, e.g.
"Be prepared," e.g.
"Live free or die," e.g.
"All for one and one for all," e.g.
"Blood and Fire" for the Salvation Army
"Be prepared," for one
Banner-borne words
"Be prepared," e.g.
"Semper fidelis," for one
Words on a seal
Each state has one
Identifiable catchphrase
"Live Free or Die," for New Hampshire
Guiding principle
"Live free or die," e.g.
Watchword
"Love thy neighbor," e.g.
Saying
Impresa feature
"Live free or die," e.g.
"All for one and one for all," e.g.
Club creed
Catchphrase
Each state has one
E pluribus unum, for instance
"Excelsior," to New York
"Live Free or Die," for New Hampshire
See 24-Across
"Semper fidelis," e.g.
"E pluribus unum", e.g.
"Semper fidelis," to a Marine
Sampler phrase
Banner phrase, often
Words on a logo
Eureka is one
Rhode Island's is "Hope"
Rhode Island's is "Hope"
"Don't Tread on Me," e.g.
"Semper fidelis," for one
Words to live by
Guiding principle
Coat of arms inscription
"Be prepared," e.g.
It may be below a crest
Catchphrase
E pluribus unum, e.g.
Excelsior is New York's
"Live Free or Die," e.g.
Every state has one
"Live free or die," to New Hampshire
Sampler statement
"Be Prepared, " for one
"Be Prepared", e.g.
Guiding phrase
"Live free or die," e.g.
"Take no prisoners," e.g.
Purposeful phrase
"E pluribus unum," e.g.
Words to remember
"Be prepared," for one
In God We Trust," e.g.
Aphorism
Words on a family shield
"E pluribus unum," e.g.
Words on a coat of arms
Slogan's relative
Saying
Byword
Words of wisdom
"Semper fidelis," e.g.
Maxim
Guiding principle
Saying on a seal
Sententious sentiment
Eureka, to a Californian
"Alki," to an Evergreen State native
Kind of kiss
Seabees' "Can Do" is one
"Veritas vincit," for one
"We Shall Overcome," e.g.
"Be prepared," e.g.
What 60 Across is
Party novelty
"Be Prepared," e.g.
Slogan
"Friendship," to a Texan
"Hope," to R.I.
All 50 have one
Sampler sentiment
"God bless our home," e.g.
"Be Prepared," for one
"Ich Dien," for one
Maxim.
"Can Do," for one.
Saying.
Slogan.
"Eureka," for one.
"Silence is golden."
"Excelsior," for example.
"In God We Trust."
Short expression of a guiding principle.
Sententious sentiment.
Aphorism.
"Semper paratus," for example.
Sampler item.
"Excelsior,” for instance.
Item for a sampler.
Guiding principle.
E pluribus unum, for instance.
Short expression of guiding principle.
The living word?
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