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Verb
To beat or tap rhythmically, especially on drums
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To throb or pulsate, sometimes audibly
“She kept moving, until her steps were quicker, stronger. Her heart began to drum. The moon calls to the sea, and something was calling to her.”
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To strike with a quick light blow or blows, usually in a rhythmic fashion
“She would typically fidget, tap her foot, and drum her fingers on her leg when she was nervous.”
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To drill or review in an attempt to establish memorization
“So take this piece of advice, drum it into your head, and you will thank me in the long run.”
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To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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To declare or announce in a formal or solemn way
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To declare loudly, openly or publicly
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To make a repeated light tapping sound
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To strike or hit repeatedly
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Review something intensely
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To persuade someone of the merits of
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To urge or push inward through force
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(based on instrument used) To produce music
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To force (something) into place or into a (compact) space
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Press for political action
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To ask for something, especially earnestly or forcefully
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Plural for a cylindrical container or receptacle
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“The tree clippings are stacked vertically in a large oil drum.”
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Plural for a sound made by or resembling that of a drum
“She woke in the morning to the drum of raindrops on the tin roof.”
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Plural for a spool or cylinder around which wire is coiled
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Plural for a thin membrane that separates the outer ear from the middle ear and transmits sound from the air to the malleus
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Carousels or cartridges
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Plural for a brothel
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Plural for any fish belonging to the family Sciaenidae
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Plural for a thin layer that covers something, in the general sense
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Plural for goblet drum
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Plural for a nightclub or restaurant where cabaret is performed
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Plural for a warning of danger
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Plural for a naturally raised area of land, not as high or craggy as a mountain
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Plural for reports of recent events or facts
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