He had heard of the famous “rebel yell,” but this was the first time he had heard it.
Could you, would you, give me some idea of 'the rebel yell,' as it was called?
Soon the rebel yell broke loose and a long line of gray came out of the woods and moved forward in perfect formation.
Then, borne on the wind, came a sound that he would know till his dying day—the rebel yell.
But the Southern troops, the rebel yell still rolling through the woods, came on at full speed and struck the Union front.
Uttering the rebel yell, the Southerners followed and pushed them further and further.
The shout was answered by the shrill "rebel yell" from the dauntless foe in the trenches.
It was Trudy Doo's rebel yell and I heard her guitar thrash out some chords, then her drummer playing, then that big deep bass.
At daybreak, Oct. 19, with the well-known "rebel yell" the enemy rushed upon the sleeping camps of the Union army.
Every question is settled when some moth-eaten ne'er-do-well lets out what is known as a 'rebel yell.'