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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrousingrous‧ing /ˈraʊzɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  ENTHUSIASTICa rousing song, speech etc makes people feel excited and eager to do something a rousing chorus of ‘Happy Birthday’
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rousingThe Radetsky March of the elder Johann Strauss gave a rousing finish.Hot on his heels were folk duo Tascam, whose rousing medley had the crowd roaring in appreciation.Rousing organ music was coming from the church.His rousing speeches soon created a massive following.Five-ton Sahib turned from frigid to frisky during a specially-staged concert of rousing tunes.Despite the slight delay the audience gave the band a rousing welcome and were rewarded with two superb sets.
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