rally

3 ENTRIES FOUND:

1rally

verb

Definition of RALLY

1
to assemble and make ready for action <rallied the Red Cross workers to deal with the devastating earthquake>
Synonyms marshal (also marshall), muster, rally
Antonyms demob [chiefly British], demobilize
2
to become healthy and strong again after illness or weakness <despite the best care that medicine could provide, the elderly woman never really rallied from her fractured hip>
3
to regain a former or normal state <after wavering a moment on the balance beam, she quickly rallied and finished with a fine dismount>
Synonyms bounce (back), come back, rally, rebound, snap back
Related Words reanimate, revitalize, revive
Near Antonyms decline, fail, worsen

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