Reveille



noun
1.
a signal, as of a drum or bugle, sounded early in the morning to awaken military personnel and to alert them for assembly.
2.
a signal to arise.
noun
1.
a signal, given by a bugle, drum, etc, to awaken soldiers or sailors in the morning
2.
the hour at which this takes place

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