Rallied [verb]

Definition of Rallied:

reorganize, unite

Opposite/Antonyms of Rallied:

Sentence/Example of Rallied:

These two have rallied their host upon his modishly trimmed side-whiskers.

But Mr. Gladstone rallied again, and Wednesday morning he was still living.

Gen. Marion had rallied a troop there, and checked the pursuit.

Wilson was breathing quietly: his color was coming up, as he rallied from the shock.

I rallied L—— the other day upon his having no eyes or ears but for his wife.

But his weakness had been for an instant only, and he rallied laughingly.

I have often heard him rallied about this anecdote, and have often laughed at it.

Finally she rallied, only for us to discover that we had lost her—her brain was a wreck.

Thrice at a crisis I pawned my watch, and thrice I rallied and rescued it.

But he only rallied her and laughed again, and prophesied joy on the morrow.