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rah-rah

Indicating an exuberant or passionate enthusiasm (for something). Typically said in reference to school or college pride or spirit. I always find these rah-rah assemblies to be so annoying. As a cheerleader, you're supposed to bring some rah-rah spirit to the people watching our teams play.

rah-rah

(ˈrɑˈrɑ)
mod. having to do with college and college enthusiasm. It was sort of a rah-rah party.
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It isn't rah-rah phoniness that your interviewer is hoping to hear.
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