from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of beating a drum.
- v. Present participle of drum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of beating upon, or as if upon, a drum; also, the noise which the male of the ruffed grouse makes in spring, by beating his wings upon his sides.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sport of fishing for drumfish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of playing drums
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K, Strip to your loincloth, begin drumming and doing your special Grizzly Dance, while imploring Brother Grizzly to impart his sacred wisdom.
Mr. Sharpton is expected to play a significant role in drumming up support for her campaign.
Max Weinberg's drumming is a massive, martial heartbeat, booming against the ribs of the songs in fear and defiance.
CNN was second only to Foxnews in drumming up support for the war, telling us to be scared out of our witts, resulting in 80% support for the war by the public at its start because we 'had to' invade.
The whole Clinton administration was an exercise in drumming up business for himself after he left office.
Sarah turned away again, but this time, not even the rain drumming against the roof was enough to drown out her sobs.
His drumming is inspired in its simpicity (no more so then on Rain).
On a related note, Tyler, in drumming up sales for his book is offering to do a personalized podcast for those that have pre-ordered his book.
Now the option of home funeraling your loved one and pre-purchaseing their shroud or casket which you may drive them in yourself in your own vehicle to a Green Memorial Cemetery of preserve to have a midnight fullmoon service with drumming is becoming an option!
Jeff McLeod's drumming is and always has been the focus of the band for me.