1 The race must rally a mighty host to the support of their journals, and thus enable them to do much in the way of investigation.
2 Duncan caught from these natural accompaniments of the solitary scene a glimmering of hope; and he began to rally his faculties to renewed exertions, with something like a reviving confidence of success.
3 He stood trying to rally his faltering intellect so that he might recollect the moment when he had loaded, but he could not.
4 When I attended the king after my recovery, to return him thanks for his favours, he was pleased to rally me a good deal upon this adventure.
5 The animals could not face the terrible explosions and the stinging pellets, and in spite of the efforts of Napoleon and Boxer to rally them, they were soon driven back.
6 I fear that to-morrow will end our watching, for the shock has been too great; the poor child cannot rally.
7 They rally the grand meg and the grand dab.
Les Misérables 4 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 7: CHAPTER III—SLANG WHICH WEEPS AND SLANG WHICH LAUGHS
8 Kindled by such words, they take heart and rally in dense array.
9 Melly rallied to the defense, though white and frightened at the prospect of facing the fire-eating Mr. O'Hara.
10 That sent a slight chill through her but she rallied and jingled her earbobs again.
11 Mammy rallied to her with never a moment's hesitation.
12 No, it did not occur to Melanie that people rallied round her as round a worn and loved standard.
13 She swallowed her tears and rallied.
14 But by an effort she rallied her staggering faculties and managed to regain the land.
15 Mrs. Reed soon rallied her spirits: she shook me most soundly, she boxed both my ears, and then left me without a word.