Examples of rallying cry in a Sentence
the rallying cry of a political movement
“We believe!” became the rallying cry of the fans.
Recent Examples of rallying cry from the Web
With the Eagles playing in the Super Bowl, the hashtag #FreeMeekMill has become a rallying cry for the city of Philadelphia.
The title track, a rallying cry for the importance of youth, peaked at No.
Parker was proud of her war service, and equally proud that her image might just have been the basis for the poster that had become a rallying cry of women everywhere.
Eric Garner’s last words, became a rallying cry for a movement that would intensify even more just three weeks later in the wake of Michael Brown’s extrajudicial killing in Ferguson.
That could become the Eagles mission and rallying cry.
Complementary football is the rallying cry in New Orleans.
His later comment about Warren’s persistence was quickly appropriated as a feminist rallying cry, sprouting memes, hashtags and T-shirts.
Speeding the pace at which potentially lifesaving drugs are brought to market was a rallying cry for Donald Trump as a candidate, and is a stated priority of his Food and Drug Administration commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
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RALLYING CRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rallying cry for English Language Learners
: a word or phrase that is used to make people join together to support an idea, cause, etc.
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