marked by or expressive of ardently enthusiastic spirit:
a group of rah-rah undergraduates; a rah-rah attitude.
(informal, mainly US) like or marked by boisterous and uncritical enthusiasm and excitement
Naively enthusiastic and hortatory, esp in a partisan collegiate context: Some are rah-rah types, some are hard-ass disciplinarians (1911+)
: I just couldn’t see myself spending four years of my life with rah-rahs like them
[a shortening of hurrah, found by 1877 as used in cheers]
/ˌrɑːˈhuːɪ/ noun 1. (NZ) a Māori prohibition
[rahv] /rɑv/ noun 1. Philip, 1908–73, U.S. literary critic, born in Russia.
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[raw-wey] /ˈrɔ weɪ/ noun 1. a city in NE New Jersey.