(US campus) to have a good time; to act utterly madly, drunkenly, obstreperously.
|Current Sl. III:4 9: Rally, v. To attend a party; drink; to have a ‘wild time.’.|
|AS L:1/2 64: Let’s go to Maxine’s and rally after the game.‘Razorback Sl.’ in|
|What’s The Good Word? 304: I might rally later when my roomies flush me for a ‘za ra.’.|
|Campus Sl. Apr. 5: rally – get energy, join in activity with others.|
|UNC-CH Campus Sl. Spring 2016 8: RALLY — gain or regain strength to party: ‘Time to rally! We’re going out!’.(ed.)|