Definition of Rallyes

1. rallye [n] - See also: rallye



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rallyes

rale
rales
rallentando
ralliance
rallied
rallier
ralliers
rallies
ralliform
ralline
rally
rally around
rally round
rallycross
rallye
rallyes (current term)
rallygoer
rallygoers
rallying
rallying cry
rallying point
rallyingly
rallyings
rallyist
rallyists
raloxifene
raloxifenes
ralph
ralphed
ralphie

Literary usage of Rallyes

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1830)
"... that among the innumerable tribes and castes that compose the immense population of India, rallyes of slaver ..."

2. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"Fuller, Hist, of Camt.,m. 62. PRECIPATION, precipitation : perhaps a misprint. The Dorien . . his falls, rallyes, and compassé be diners from those of the ..."

3. Collectanea Anglo-poetica: Or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue by Thomas Corser, James Crossley (1867)
"Happy Arcadia ! while such lonely (traine* Sung of thy rallyes, riñen, hils, and plaines : Têt most ..."

4. The Secret History of Europe...: The Whole Collected from Authentick Nemoirs by Mr Oldmixon, Oldmixon (John) (1712)
"42. Conde Prince of, his faying of King William^ p. 105. Chech by the French King, Ib. He rallyes him, p. rod. ..."

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