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Definition of "barnstorming" [barnstorming]

  • Present participle of barnstorm. (verb)
  • Highly theatrical (used especially of a performance) (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "barnstorming" in a sentence
  • "Ryan has said he does not relish the idea of barnstorming the country on behalf of Republican candidates or party fundraising, two of the GOP leader's top responsibilities."
  • "The only songs that I ever write that are under four minutes are just like kind of barnstorming punk songs."
  • "The history of wing walking dates back to 1920s America, when a surplus of aeroplanes after the First World War encouraged soldiers who had been flying in battle to buy them cheaply and go "barnstorming", the first major form of civil aviation in the history of flight."
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