drum[ druhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF drum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRUM
The line extends from the drum to the flying or gliding machine.
It was the sharp peremptory note of the drum beating the alarm.
It consists of a tympanum or drum, having a stylus attached as in the phonograph.
The drum's was the only voice in Saint Antoine that blood and hurry had not changed.
He was born at Groton on May 8, 1789, and began to drum in early boyhood.
Ziska bequeathed his skin to be used as a drum to inspire the valour of the Bohemians.
They weren't saying a word or singing a song, and there wasn't even a drum to keep time.
Then the priests strike the gong and beat the drum and read from the holy books.
The weight of the drum and dome rests on the pendentives and dome-arches.
The drum dome is octagonal, with eight ribs and as many windows.