rah-rah

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Adjective[edit]

rah-rah (comparative more rah-rah, superlative most rah-rah)

  1. Marked by noisy enthusiasm

Interjection[edit]

rah-rah

  1. An expression of enthusiasm, expressed by high school and college cheerleaders at sporting events.

Noun[edit]

rah-rah (plural rah-rahs)

  1. A pleated miniskirt, popular in the early 1970s and for a brief time in the 1980s; so named because of the resemblance to skirts typically worn by high school and college cheerleaders, who normally chant "rah-rah" at sporting events.

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