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rah-rah

[rah-rah]
adjective Informal.
marked by or expressive of ardently enthusiastic spirit: a group of rah-rah undergraduates; a rah-rah attitude.

Origin:
1910–15, Americanism; reduplication of rah

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rah-rah (ˈrɑːˌrɑː)
 
adj
informal chiefly (US) like or marked by boisterous and uncritical enthusiasm and excitement
 
[C20: a reduplication of rah]

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rah-rah definition

[ˈrɑˈrɑ]
  1. mod.
    having to do with college and college enthusiasm. : It was sort of a rah-rah party.
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