verbo[no object] chiefly North American
- 1Tour rural districts giving theatrical performances, originally often in barns: he barnstormed up and down both coasts and eventually played New YorkMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He tells the life of a child in a family troupe of actors as they barnstorm the West and South, including a stint near the front during the Mexican-American War.
- Paige, in particular, became nationally famous through barnstorming around the country.
- San Francisco poets Tarin Towers and Daphne Gottlieb, Eitan Kadosh from L.A. and Phoenix's Eirein Bradley barnstormed with O'Hara through 35 U.S. cities over the summer.
- 1.1Make a rapid tour of an area as part of a political campaign: he was barnstorming down in Georgia [with object]: the speech he gives as he barnstorms the countryMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Bush won the midterms for Republicans by barnstorming the country attacking Democrats for not passing his homeland security bill.
- Each turn, you can barnstorm campaign in targeting ridings, travel province to province, give speeches, fundraise, or prepare for debates.
- Winchell then declares his candidacy for president and barnstorms the black heart of America.
- 1.2Travel around giving exhibitions of flying and performing aeronautical stunts: (as noun barnstorming) barnstorming had become a popular occupation among many trained pilotsMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Besides hauling passengers on airshow barnstorming flights, J.R. uses the Stearman for banner and glider towing and scenic flights.
- When completed, Art started barnstorming the lumbering biplane throughout the Midwest.
- Carl and the Special stayed on the aviation scene joining the Flying Aces Air Circus in the late 1920s with Jessie Woods walking on the wings, as well as barnstorming.
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- The Utterly Butterly barnstormers wowed the crowds with their daring aerobatics on top of the biplanes.
- I've also stunned myself by loving a Faithless record - alright, Mass Destruction sounds like Black Steel by Tricky, but that doesn't stop it being a full-on barnstormer of a tune.
- Lindbergh started his aviation career as a barnstormer, a trick pilot who performed stunts for audiences in the 1920s.
Más definiciones de barnstormDefinición de barnstorm en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.