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a rallying term used by proponents of a cause

Synonyms for war cry

a slogan used to rally support for a cause

a yell intended to rally a group of soldiers in battle

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And he was still yelling war cries as he met his first guest - X-Files star David Duchovny, who is proud of his own Scots roots.
And he continued to roar William Wallace war cries as he met his first guest - X-Files star David Duchovny, who also has Scottish roots.
What's in are the more subdued looks of teen queens Lindsay Lohan and Anne Hathaway, and that cultural change is quieting the war cries of parents and kids in the annual back-to-school battle for new threads.
His work ranges widely--from the satire of Tar Baby to the loose magic realism of War Cries over Avenue C and The Paradise Man, from sui generis "conjured autobiographies" such as The Catfish Man and Pinocchio's Nose to what may well be the ultimate novel of paranoia, Death of a Tango King--but at the center of it all there's an essential Charyn.
COSMESTON Medieval Village will host an exciting themed event on May 5 and 6, which will bring blood-curdling war cries and the clash of sword on shield to the Vale of Glamorgan.
AN exciting themed event featuring the clash of sword on shield and blood curdling war cries is likely to prove a big attraction at Cosmeston Medieval Village on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, May 5 and 6.
But after dominating the game, Wycombe's war cries were silenced when Andy Cooke equalised on 69 minutes with a near-post header.
Old alliances had been strained by La Follette's lonely refusal to join in the war cries of 1917 and 1918.
The programme, called Baseball In Irish History, is part of Channel 4's War Cries season and will be presented by outspoken Ulster novelist and film-maker Robert Wilson.
User-defined war cries or taunts are communicated to opponents at the beginning of a match, a successful offensive strike and upon overall victory.
BLOODCURDLING Orc war cries in the new Lord Of The Rings film are actually the voices of cricket fans during a tea interval.
The battle was dramatised in the film Zulu when a beleaguered garrison of Welsh soldiers responded to Zulu war cries with a song.