Definition of Pep rally
1. Noun. A rally (especially of students) before a game.
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Literary usage of Pep rally
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1. Mentally Incontinent by Joe Peacock (2005)
"Mr. Barge, the familiar voice that emceed every single event that occurred at our school, was emphatic in his encouraging that the pep rally attendees "Show ..."
2. Writing Through the Tween Years: Supporting Writers, Grades 3-6 by Bruce Morgan, Deb Odom (2005)
"We needed a pep rally to draw attention to the writing quality, to create a wave of excitement for quality improvement while we worked for longer-term ..."
3. Here Be Wisdom: 108 Aphorisms on the Mature Stage of Spiritual Life by Bhaktisiddhartha Dasanudas (2000)
"It is not a matter of temporary sentiment at an afternoon pep rally at the local church, but often requires years of deep study and personal spiritual ..."
4. Sipapu Odyssey by Dorushka Maerd (1995)
"He was filled with amusement as he entered the police station parking lot and stopped the car. The parking lot resembled a giant pep rally; the air was ..."
5. The Sports Guide: A Planning Guide for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... publicity Use of medical school students pep rally form of newspaper articles before and after the football game helped create community interest. ..."
6. Public and Private School Choices in the District of Columbia: Congressional edited by Frank D. Riggs (2000)
"All of my children attended at least one or two of these public institutions. This is not a bash against public schools nor a pep rally against ..."