Examples from the Web for reveille
The school is currently on Reveille VIII, and all iterations have been female.
Mascot matchup: The Texas AM Aggies (which means “agricultural school”) are represented by Reveille, a cute dog.
At reveille Frank was, as a rule, very prompt about springing out of bed and hurrying into his clothes and through his toilet.Frank Merriwell's Chums|Burt L. Standish
We were aroused by reveille very early in the morning, usually about dawn and retired early in the evening.Springfield in the Spanish American War|Walter W. Ward
Reveille was a daily formation but, as was the case at Montmorillon, retreat was suspended during the months the war continued.The Delta of the Triple Elevens|William Elmer Bachman
Reveille at three, and march at five o'clock, is the order for the following morning.
"I'm going to ride at reveille, sergeant," she confided to the faithful soldier.A Trooper Galahad|Charles King
British Dictionary definitions for reveille
Word Origin for reveille
Word Origin and History for reveille
1640s, from French réveillez-vous "awaken!" imperative plural of réveiller "to awaken, to wake up," from Middle French re- "again" (see re-) + eveiller "to rouse," from Vulgar Latin *exvigilare, from Latin ex- "out" + vigilare "be awake, keep watch" (see vigil).