Definition of rallying
: the sport of driving in automobile rallies
Examples of rallying in a Sentence
the rallying of students to support our petition for better bus service was made a lot easier by this morning's subzero temperatures
Recent Examples of rallying from the Web
For more about Donald Trump, watch Fortune's video: The heightened U.S. rhetoric against Venezuela's ruling Socialist Party has infuriated Maduro but also provided him with a nationalist rallying cry.
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Antipathy toward Trump was a particular rallying point in demonstrations that otherwise lacked a unifying theme.
The pope has simply refused to respond to the letter, which has become the central rallying cry among the church’s conservative circles, and spurred talk among some radical traditionalists of a potential schism.
Okja is an effective rallying cry for compassion, one with heart and a healthy perspective.
His tweets on Wednesday morning culminated in a similar rallying cry.
In his lifetime Tosh endured severe beatings from the police for his uncompromising stances, which included rallying against the South African Apartheid regime, preaching equal rights and justice for all and championing nuclear disarmament.
July 17, 2018 — may provide just such a rallying point.
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