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
But that isn't really a bumper-sticker-worthy rallying cry.
That was the rallying cry for thousands of Britons who took to the streets this past February and again in late June.
Still, the idea has been gaining momentum as a rallying cry of the far left, and Ms. Ocasio-Cortez’s upset victory over an establishment Democrat gave it a newfound political currency.
Democrats whipped this up as a rallying cry to urge their base to vote for Hillary Clinton in November and turn the Senate Democratic.
Waters’ rallying cry comes just days after Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was asked to leave a Virginia restaurant by its owner.
That message became a rallying cry for some, and by 1981 his congregation had grown to more than 200 followers.
The 'Free Meek' rallying cry started months ago when Meek Mill was unjustly sent to prison for 2-4 years.
The last thing Modi may want now is another rallying cry for the opposition.
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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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