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Main Entry: 1ral·ly
Inflected Form(s): ral·lied; ral·ly·ing
Etymology: from French rallier "to call or come together for a common purpose," from early French ralier (same meaning), from re- "again, back" and alier "to unite" 1 a: to bring or come together for a common purpose <rallied to the cause> b: to bring back to order <rallied the retreating troops> 2: to rouse from low spirits or weakness <the patient rallied> 3: to make a comeback <the team rallied in the fourth quarter> <stock prices rallied at the close of trading>