Recent Examples of reveille from the Web
Those rehearsals have been, in good reveille fashion, in full swing by 7:30 in the morning.
Codie Williams has been a bugler at the barracks, the only Marine post in the country to still blow a live horn for the daily calls of reveille, church, chow, etc.
April 23 - Caught sleeping after reveille & put on report.
Young Maurice took up the bugle, playing reveille at scout camps.
Excited more by competing than actually governing, 45* blasts reveille at dawn with provocative tweets and then lets the din of disputation rage all day and into the night.
Brothers Noah, Sumner and Cole Ogrydziak entered West Point’s grueling world of 6:30 a.m. reveille, 60-pound packs and rigorous course loads on the same day four years ago.
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Origin and Etymology of reveille
REVEILLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reveille for English Language Learners
military : a signal given on a musical instrument (such as a bugle or drum) in the early morning to call soldiers or sailors to duty
REVEILLE Defined for Kids
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