rally, mass meeting(noun)
a large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
the feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort
"he singled to start a rally in the 9th inning"; "he feared the rallying of their troops for a counterattack"
a marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness
an automobile race run over public roads
(sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes
"after a short rally Connors won the point"
beat up, drum up, rally(verb)
"drum up support"
call up, mobilize, mobilise, rally(verb)
call to arms; of military personnel
circulate, bring forward, mobilize, tease, phone, muster, muster up, recollect, tantalise, summon, call up, beat up, come up, call, drum up, think, ride, marshal, rebound, razz, recall, mobilise, tantalize, cod, call back, taunt, rag, ring, remember, retrieve, telephone, bait, twit
muster, rally, summon, come up, muster up(verb)
gather or bring together
"muster the courage to do something"; "she rallied her intellect"; "Summon all your courage"
line up, rise, come, get hold, cite, mobilize, tease, muster, muster up, scratch, uprise, find, tantalise, summon, come on, go up, surface, lift, call up, arise, beat up, come up, summons, scrape up, scrape, drum up, bob up, ride, ascend, go on, marshal, rebound, razz, mobilise, tantalize, move up, cod, taunt, rag, rise up, bait, twit
return to a former condition
"The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"; "The stock market rallied"
bait, summon, taunt, tease, muster up, drum up, ride, recoil, bound, spring, rebound, ricochet, cod, muster, mobilise, tantalise, bounce, beat up, call up, mobilize, rag, take a hop, razz, resile, twit, reverberate, come up, tantalize
tease, razz, rag, cod, tantalize, tantalise, bait, taunt, twit, rally, ride(verb)
harass with persistent criticism or carping
"The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
sit, depend on, get at, reproof, mobilise, chide, bait, rile, dun, cod, razz, crucify, bedevil, reprimand, lambaste, mobilize, devil, drive, badger, get to, tantalise, frustrate, annoy, chew out, beat up, gull, trounce, tease, taunt, fool, berate, chew up, rebound, lecture, drum up, nark, rag, depend upon, card, torment, ride, tease apart, dress down, irritate, tantalize, befool, turn on, come up, remonstrate, hinge on, mount, pester, call up, take in, jaw, rebuke, nettle, fluff, vex, beleaguer, lambast, dupe, put on, bother, gravel, take to task, muster up, devolve on, summon, bawl out, slang, muster, call on the carpet, twit, put one across, loosen, have words, put one over, chafe, scold, call down, hinge upon, bug
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How to use rally in a sentence?
Someone is only allowed to hold a mass rally and distribute campaign materials only when they have been duly nominated as a candidate.
The time is now for the American people to rally for these changes, these are my first public comments on the issue of gun violence, but I can promise you they will not be my last.
Number one : Stay home if Anthony Fauci're sick. It's really, really dangerous ; other people may get sick. If Anthony Fauci're immunocompromised or if Anthony Fauci have a weakened immune system, if Anthony Fauci have any chronic diseases -- heart disease ; any of the respiratory diseases including asthma, emphysema, COPD ; diabetes -- stay home. If Anthony Fauci are obese, stay home. If Anthony Fauci're over 65, please stay home, if you do go, please wear a mask, physically distance yourself at least six feet from other people -- I know that's really hard to do -- and don't shout. And then once you leave the rally, quarantine yourself for two weeks.
Banks are significantly vulnerable and could come under pressure given their high foreign ownership and sharp rally in the sector over the past few months.
It's still early July. The election is in November, the effects will dissipate over time. A rally in October is probably more meaningful than any rally in July.
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- intercanvi de cops, piloteigCatalan, Valencian
- rally, rallyeCzech
- Rallye, KundgebungGerman
- ensamblar, recuperarse, rally, reorganizar, unir, recobrarse, volver en sí, repuntar, concentración, reagrupar, reunirSpanish
- elpyä, kokoontua, ralli, toipua, mielenosoitusFinnish
- rallier, rallye, rallyFrench
- tüntetés, raliHungarian
- ラリー, 大会Japanese
- მიტინგი, მასობრივი მიტინგიGeorgian
- verzamelen, herstellenDutch
- regruppere (seg), komme seg, ballveksling, rally, samle seg, fylke seg, komme til krefterNorwegian
- wiec, rajdPolish
- reagrupar, reorganizar, reunirPortuguese
- ралли, авторалли, митингRussian
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