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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Throughout the pandemic we’ve heard the same rallying cry – let’s not return to what we did before but use this as a moment for thoughtful, strategic change.
Greene is not only wasting GOP leaders’ time, she’s creating a rallying cry for the opposition.
The impeachment of the former president forces us to wrestle with a past that allowed such poisonous thinking to flourish and to become a rallying cry.
The team said it was also “engaged in a thorough review process of the Arrowhead Chop,” but it has continued to allow home fans, fewer in number amid the coronavirus pandemic, to make the rallying gesture.
Your rallying through doubts to embrace his now-wife is an important element of that.
The pandemic has created more interest in the idea of online elections, which has long been a rallying point for disabled Americans trying to exercise their right to vote.
The Railway Benevolent Institution provided a rallying point.
Harry rode to the northwest, for he knew it was in that direction Poindexter was rallying his forces.
Rallying himself somewhat, he laid his hand upon the white cloak covering her shoulders.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
A spendthrift rallying a miser, among other things, said, "I'll warrant these buttons on your coat were your great-grandfather's."

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