Examples of drumbeat in a Sentence
I could hear the drumbeat of a parade down the street.
a dizzying drumbeat of interviews in the hours following her winning of the Academy Award
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Which leads me to an incessant drumbeat of late: the need for a shot clock in Oregon.
The rest of the world, however, was spared more than usual from the drumbeat of natural catastrophes.
That motto is aimed at the drumbeat of criticism the mayor received in the last campaign for not doing enough to improve some neighborhoods.
While the drumbeats can still be heard today, the ritual was called into question when the surrounding neighborhood began to change in the late 1990s.
This week indeed feels like a potential turning point regarding the allegations against Trump, as the drumbeat of support for accusers and calls for congressional investigations have both intensified.
Following a drumbeat of reports about fan injuries, Major League Baseball in 2015 suggested that teams provide protective netting up to the start of the two teams’ dugouts.
Instead, these sisters only help build one another up with their humorous banter, relatable songwriting, driving guitar riffs and heart-pounding drumbeats that together create a smooth sailing, explosive rock show.
The drumbeat, online and in organizing circles, is building.
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First Known Use of drumbeat
Synonymsblitz, blitzkrieg, bombardment, cannonade, barrage, drumfire, flurry, fusillade, hail, salvo, shower, storm, volley
Related Wordsbroadside, earful; avalanche, burst, cataclysm, cataract, deluge, discharge, engulfment, flood, flood tide, flush, gush, inundation, outburst, outflow, outpouring, overflow, rash, spate, surge, torrent; current, river, stream, tide; excess, glut, overabundance, overage, overkill, overmuch, oversupply, superabundance, superfluity, surfeit, surplus
Near Antonymsdribble, drip, trickle
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