Synonyms of rally in English:

rally


See definition of rally

verb

1‘the hard-pressed French troops rallied and held their position’

SYNONYMS

reassemble, regroup, re-form, reunite, gather together again, get together again

round up

ANTONYMS

disperse

2‘the exiled monarch rallied an Irish Catholic army’

SYNONYMS

muster, marshal, mobilize, raise, call up, call to arms, recruit, enlist, conscript, draft

assemble, bring together, call together, summon, gather, gather together, round up, mass, collect

formal convoke

archaic levy

ANTONYMS

demobilize, disband

3‘ministers rallied in a concerted effort to denounce rumours of the rift’

SYNONYMS

come together, get together, band together, assemble, group, join, join together, join forces, combine, unite, ally, collaborate, cooperate, work together, act together, pull together

ANTONYMS

separate, split up

4‘he tried to rally support for more radical policies’

SYNONYMS

gather, accumulate, collect, assemble, amass, muster, marshal, organize, round up, garner, harvest

get up, raise, mobilize, whip up

5‘the shock grew less and her spirits rallied’

SYNONYMS

recover, improve, get better, pick up, revive, come back, make a comeback, rebound, bounce back, perk up, look up, take a turn for the better, turn a corner, turn the corner, be given a new lease of life, take on a new lease of life

emerge from something, get over something, shake something off

informal come up smiling

ANTONYMS

deteriorate


noun

1‘there was a rally in support of the strike’

SYNONYMS

meeting, mass meeting, gathering, assembly, tweetup

demonstration, march, protest march, parade

informal get-together, demo

2‘blizzards caused a short-lived rally in oil prices’

SYNONYMS

recovery, upturn, improvement, revival, comeback, rebound, resurgence, renewal, a turn for the better, reaction

technical dead cat bounce

ANTONYMS

slump