reveille

  1. (military) signal to wake up
  2. a signal to get up in the morning; in the military it is a bugle call at sunrise

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Reveille

`Reveille` (pronounced rev-uh-lee in America; ri-val-ee in the UK) is a bugle call, trumpet call or pipes call most often associated with the military; it is chiefly used to wake military personnel at sunrise. The name comes from `réveillé` (or `réveil`), the French word for `wake up`. British Army Cavalry and Royal Horse Artillery regi...
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Reveille

• (n.) The beat of drum, or bugle blast, about break of day, to give notice that it is time for the soldiers to rise, and for the sentinels to forbear challenging.
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reveille

wake-up signal noun (military) signal to wake up
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Reveille

[British political group] Reveille was a group within the British Conservative Party designed to pressure the party into a policy of imperialism and social reform. The origins of the group lay in the frustration of some Conservatives with what they perceived as the Party`s negative defence of the status quo under the leadership of Arthur Ba...
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Reveille

[dog] Reveille is the official mascot of Texas A&M University. Students adopted the first Reveille, a mixed-breed dog, in 1931. The cadets raised $100 during World War II to make Reveille a general, as part of a fundraiser for the K-9 Corps. Reveille is the highest-ranking member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Eight years after the first...
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Reveille

[newspaper] Reveille was a popular British weekly tabloid newspaper during the Second World War and the post-war years. Launched on 25 May 1940, it was originally the official newspaper of the Ex-Services` Allied Association. It was bought by the Mirror Group in 1947, after which it was printed and published by IPC Newspapers Ltd. In the 19...
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Reveille

Re·veil'le noun [ French réveil , from réveiller to awake; prefix re- re- + prefix es- (L. ex ) + veiller to awake, watch, Latin vigilare to watch. The English form was probably taken by mistake from the French imper. réveillez , 2d ...
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Reveille

A reveille is a beat of a drum, or bugle blast, about the break of day, to give notice that it is time for the soldiers to rise, and for the sentinels to forbear challenging.
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reveille

reveille Signal on a drum or a bugle at sunrise. Etymology: From French reveillez, 'wake up'; from Middle French reveiller, 'to awake, to rouse', from re- and eveiller, from Old French esveillier, from Vulgar Latin exvigilare, from ex-, 'upward' and Latin vigilare, 'to watch'.
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reveille

[n] - (military) signal to wake up 2. [n] - a signal to get up in the morning
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