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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of drum.

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Examples

  • The word drummed in her head, its cadence familiar from long repetition.

    Terms Of Surrender

  • Zarchi himself says he dislikes the new title drummed up by marketers, but with the film in the hands of the distributors and no one involved in its making having a chance to speak for the film, its real purpose and origin was unknown until recently, when Zarchi could finally tell his side of the story on the DVD.

    Is I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE Really a Misunderstood Feminist Film? | Obsessed With Film

  • Chris Washburn, drafted just behind Bias at No. 3 by the Golden State Warriors, was drummed from the league three years later for repeat drug offenses.

    USATODAY.com - Off-court problems derail Washburn

  • What does all of this talk of Balance have to do with the stress of Competition, the notion drummed into our kids 'heads from Minute One in their lives that they have to be the Best, the First, the Greatest?

    SaraKay Smullens: When Life Loses Meaning for Our Young: Healthy Competition and Balance

  • _ "The word drummed in his ears as he pelted to 'Bias's rescue.

    Hocken and Hunken

  • If a Romney drowns in a river, they were probably trying to commit suicide, but changed their minds, and then irrationally swam upstream, thinking they would be saved because they'd had this stupid expression drummed into their heads that swimming upstream was a good thing to do, even though it's not.

    "What the Hell is Mitt Romney Talking About?"

  • As she refused course after course, a single phrase drummed incessantly through her tired brain.

    Parrot & Co.

  • "Their best promotions happen during Cyber Monday week," he said, referring to the marketing name drummed up by online retailers for the Monday after Thanksgiving.

    NYT > Home Page

  • What does all of this talk of Balance have to do with the stress of Competition, the notion drummed into our kids 'heads from Minute One in their lives that they have to be the Best, the

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Next year will mark 30 years that we've had that phrase drummed into our consciousness.

    Metro Times

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