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“The higher the fraction of people in the population who already have antibodies, the more bang for your buck,” says Larremore, because you can prioritize giving vaccines to those who don’t have antibodies.

The man, identified as 36-year-old Vusumuzi Kunene, had been “banging on the door” of a family member who lived on the block, the county’s interim police chief, Hector Velez, said at a news conference.

The guy’s got rhythm, banging in time to “Blackbird” by The Beatles.

They believe success stems from big-bang campaign launches, with a long planning period leading up to a major release.

You don’t get the whiz-bang features from the flagship, but you’re still spending more cash than you would if you bought in at the entry level.

Banging it down on Muriels lap, she sprawled helplessly between Muriel and Veronica.

Banging the desk angrily with his fist, he shouted: "I want something done!"

Banging the door in the lad's face, he dashed along the passage and opened the kitchen door.

Banging puffing, and grinding noises sounded all about the Stuffed Elephant.

The clarionet nodded, and, turning to his comrades, winked gravely as he pronounced the magic word—“Banging-smash.”


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to banging, such as: brouhaha, confusion, fuss, turbulence, agitation, and dither.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.