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Definition of "barnstorms" [barnstorms]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of barnstorm. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."
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