drumfire drumfire


  • (n) intense and continuous artillery fire


  1. While the President succeeded in grabbing headlines, the drumfire of criticism did not abate.
  2. In case any listener misses the point, Ford plans to follow its two-week radio barrage with a similar television drumfire.
  3. The task of the front runner is to avoid boring the electorate with a drumfire of statements that he may later regret while remaining in view.
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