Definitions

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  • noun A group of percussionists in a marching band.

Etymologies

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drum +‎ line

Examples

  • I forced myself to stay awake to watch some movie called drumline, and then passed out around 10 30.

    jenna-bear Diary Entry

  • For some, just getting to be in the drumline is a dream come true.

    San Antonio News

  • That is to say (if you’re keeping tabs of my most loved writers to build Miette’s Book Recommendation Engine (and of course you are!)) that Perec makes my heart skip along to the rhythm of a 9th-grade-drumline, which is to say, the rhythm of irrhythmically loud.

    The Winter Journey (Le Voyage D’Hiver) | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast

  • Nex Millen: This joint was made around the "drumline" era.

    Metal Lungies

  • However, admiring someone for those “talents” is like praising the talents of the drumline troupe or the kazoo orchestra: difficult to pull off, to be sure, but not really something relevant or transferable, much less indicative of something useful outside that mileu.

    Matthew Yglesias » Mike Pence’s Ode to Rush Limbaugh

  • SB: I didn't know what a drumline was until I saw the movie in 2001.

    Lucia Brawley: Stix Bones of Soulfège

  • Some people even tried to get me kicked off drumline.

    Count Your Blessings

  • I made friends with a few members of the drumline and even developed a crush on one of them.

    Count Your Blessings

  • I made friends with a few members of the drumline and even developed a crush on one of them.

    Count Your Blessings

  • Since my dreams of being a soccer and cross country star were ruined, I joined the drumline instead.

    Count Your Blessings

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