Definitions for rallies

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Rallies

    of Rally

  2. Origin: [F., p. p. pl. See Rally, v. t.]

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Henry Ward Beecher:

    Nothing dies so hard, or rallies so often as intolerance.

  2. Terry Torrison:

    I'd be looking to sell into rallies. The underlying global economy has stalled.

  3. Kaitlyn Biesiada of Chicago:

    Being only 19 and going to two Stanley Cup rallies - that's a pretty awesome experience.

  4. Jeff Clark:

    This is almost always a very good week for the market. The market rallies into Christmas.

  5. Marshall Gittler:

    The euro has not been able to sustain any rallies this year and so looks chronically weak.

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