rah-rah
adjective Etymology: reduplication of rah Date: 1911 marked by the enthusiastic expression of college spirit <
rah-rah cheerleaders
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  • rah-rah — I. ˈ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: from reduplication of rah (I) 1. : given to cheering (as at games) : demonstrative in the expression of college spirit the pennant waving, rah rah boy Badger Report 2. : relating to the boiste …   Useful english dictionary

  • rah-rah — /rah rah /, adj. Informal. marked by or expressive of ardently enthusiastic spirit: a group of rah rah undergraduates; a rah rah attitude. [1910 15, Amer.; redupl. of RAH] * * * …   Universalium

  • rah-rah — ☆ rah rah [rä′rä′ ] adj. [< RAH] Informal uncritically enthusiastic …   English World dictionary

  • rah-rah — [“ra”ra] mod. having to do with college and college enthusiasm. □ That gal is so rah rah. What energy! □ It was sort of a rah rah party …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Rah\ Rah — Drama, dramatic Mike was so Rah Rah over Luccia breaking up with him …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Rah\ Rah — Drama, dramatic Mike was so Rah Rah over Luccia breaking up with him …   Dictionary of american slang

  • rah-rah — [[t]ˈrɑˈrɑ[/t]] adj. Informal. inf marked by or expressive of ardently enthusiastic spirit: rah rah undergraduates[/ex] • Etymology: 1910–15, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • rah-rah — /ˈra ra/ (say rah rah) noun Colloquial a person who follows the Rugby Union code, either a player or a supporter …   Australian English dictionary

  • rah-rah — adjective Marked by noisy enthusiasm …   Wiktionary

  • rah-rah — adjective N. Amer. informal marked by great or uncritical enthusiasm or excitement …   English new terms dictionary

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