Third-person singular simple present indicative form of barnstorm.(verb)
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Use "barnstorms" in a sentence
"But as Nice Newt barnstorms the state this week—"I am not going to go negative, period," Mr. Gingrich said Monday—Angry Newt keeps showing up."
"The president barnstorms the country advocating tax increases for investors, entrepreneurs and small businesses, teeing up the country for another crash in 2013 when the Bush-era income tax rates expire."
"While he barnstorms the country paying lip service to reducing the debt, Mr. Obama is intent upon avoiding limits on his expansion of government."