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Noun
A mass meeting of people making a political protest or showing support for a cause
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“As part of that effort, Tony backed Earth Day, serving as chair of the April 1970 rally in New York City.”
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A quick or marked recovery after a decline
“Schmidt guided Novell through a tough period before engineering a brief rally in the company's fortunes.”
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A return, or the process of returning, to health
“Logan's rally from seemingly debilitating wounds was near-instantaneous.”
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An act of rallying or marshaling a group of people towards an effort
“Few details, however, are mentioned of his conduct, besides his rally of the troops for the third attack, and his advice to follow up the victory by a close pursuit.”
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A public meeting or march protesting against something or expressing views on a political issue
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An improvement to the quality or state of something
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An organized competition or activity usually performed for the enjoyment of a mass of people
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Collection, collation
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The subjection of someone or something to contemptuous and dismissive language or behavior
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An attack made in relation or response to an attack by one's opponents
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To bring a group together, such as an army
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“Instead, he had sent Afan on to rally the forces left in Nottingham to move out and meet Arthur in battle once more.”
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To meet in a group, typically for a common purpose or cause
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“Striking council workers would rally at a mass meeting in York today.”
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To unite or come together in support of a person or cause
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“Often, during times of upsetting national news, social media finds some bleak humor or common theme to rally around.”
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To gather or assemble together (something)
“He developed a deep sympathy for the cause and spent the post-war years trying to rally support for it.”
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To come together again after being dispersed
“The troops would rally and ultimately defeat the rebels.”
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To launch an attack or charge, especially from a losing position
“The Vikings would rally after the break to claim a stunning victory.”
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To improve in state, especially from a previously bad condition
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“Once the economy began to rally from the depression, a long period of prosperity soon followed.”
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To become physically sound or healthy again (after an illness or injury)
“There was still some hope that the aged lumberman would rally from his illness, and that his lease of life would be extended for at least a short period longer.”
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To tease, typically in a good-natured way
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“Magnolia instantly impounded the little lieutenant and began to rally him, in the sort of slang she delighted in, with plenty of merriment and malice.”
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To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to
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To involve oneself in a (public) protest or demonstration
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To restrain or to keep in check
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To rise in opposition
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To order or instruct to go, or come, to a particular destination or in a particular direction
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To increase in degree, amount, size, or value
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