Examples of pep talk in a Sentence
The coach gave the team a pep talk before the game.
She needs a pep talk.
Recent Examples of pep talk from the Web
In 1980, after the Houston Oilers barely missed a trip to the Super Bowl, Coach Bum Phillips gave their fans a famous pep talk.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited the region Wednesday and delivered a pep talk to law enforcement.
Exercising, eating right and giving yourself mental pep talks certainly may help.
In search of a Cinderella to get behind, comedian and The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon gave the Tigers a pep talk on Thursday night's edition, hilariously referencing Tiger Woods and Tony the Tiger in the process.
Dwayne had coached Isaac in elementary school and knew from talking to Kendall that the now-junior could use a pep talk every now and then.
Lately, Weitz has been taking this message on the speaking circuit, giving pep talks at corporate events about how pocket squares and the right narrow trousers can affect a company’s bottom line.
The current Wolverines may need a similar pep talk, after a 61-52 loss to the Wildcats at Allstate Arena on Tuesday night.
Trump’s assessment came during a speech at a fundraising dinner for House Republicans that served as a pep talk for members of his party who are growing increasingly anxious about losing seats in the November midterm elections.
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First Known Use of pep talk
PEP TALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pep talk for English Language Learners
: a short speech that is given to encourage someone to work harder, to feel more confident and enthusiastic, etc.
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