- v. Simple past tense and past participle of barrage.
“She has not been "barraged" with telephone calls, having received eight to ten calls since December.”
“Why are we being barraged by these psychotic gay activist types over an issue that is not really valid in the first place?”
““Every day on television we are barraged by stories of a ‘Muslim extremist, militant, terrorist, or insurgent,’” Hassan said in the 2004 release.”
“Even after the pullback, Libyan forces barraged Misrata with dozens of rockets every day, inflicting some of the heaviest casualties of the past two months.”
“By being emotionally literate about what we're experiencing, executives can sidestep the 10-15 point drop in IQ that often occurs for those who are barraged by having to make decisions during times of emotional distress.”
“He barraged volunteers with e-mails in his name, exhorting them to redouble their efforts and reinforcing the specific and coordinated messages they were to give voters.”
“We barraged his office with phone calls and e-mails in the days leading up to that meeting, and when the meeting came, he stated that he would vote in favor of decriminalization and that the bill would be brought to the Senate floor for a vote.”
“Most men barraged you with flowers in the beginning of a relationship but eventually it happened, they forget that flowers existed.”
“Americans will be barraged in the coming weeks with different statistics released by the U.S.”
“Yet the vote is a blunt, heavy weapon -- one that voters barraged with negative ads and misleading messages, without strong guidance from grassroots organizations, often wield with little awareness of or regard for the collateral damage that will result.”
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