Examples of barnstorm in a Sentence
He spent the months leading up to the election barnstorming around the country.
The national soccer team barnstormed through the country.
Recent Examples of barnstorm from the Web
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump spent a lot of time currying the favor of the ethanol industry, barnstorming its rural Midwest base and repeatedly expressing his support for biofuels made from corn and soybeans.
FRANCK FIFE/GettyImages France's Ligue Un is rapidly emerging as a challenger to the top leagues in Europe, proving itself to be more than a one-team competition after Monaco dethroned PSG with a barnstorming title winning 2016/17 campaign.
On second thought, since US tennis without her is deathly, maybe Serena could barnstorm the world playing guys.
Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall dominated Gimeno during their years together on the barnstorming pro tour.
Perriello sought to overcome this advantage by barnstorming Virginia over the weekend, beginning with a blitz of 24 hours of campaigning that started 7 a.m. Friday.
In October 2015, the right-hander won two tournament games for the Great Lakes Lightning, a barnstorming women’s team.
Subsequent teams have also barnstormed to historical sites around the country.
The result: Democrats, who once worried about the president barnstorming the country to take credit for new jobs and investment, are feeling no pressure to act on an amorphous and easily demonized plan.
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BARNSTORM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of barnstorm for English Language Learners
: to travel to different places to give speeches, perform shows, etc.
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