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They have to be actively participating with a regular drumbeat of content.
He described himself as “very new to politics” and said the drumbeat of advertisements about the runoffs convinced him he needed to register — that and the razor-thin margin in November.
He described himself as “very new to politics” and said the drumbeat of advertisements convinced him he needed to register — that, and the razor-thin margin in November.
Wirecard always denied vehemently that anything was wrong, but the drumbeat of doubts continued.
It was unheard of for a burger restaurant to go to such lengths, but clearly McDonald’s was onto something, so slogans and commercial jingles followed like a steady drumbeat.
The drumbeat and synth bass are as insistent as they are ominous.
But in recent years we have seen few Arabs or Muslims become active in the GOP because of the drumbeat of anti-Muslim bigotry.
The drumbeat of anticipation keeps growing louder in the reports and photos streaming from Amphipolis.
“Since this past November, you have seen the slow and steady drumbeat of degradation,” Steele says.
And all along the right has kept up a constant drumbeat of baseless personal attacks against him.
In earliest times the people were called to meeting by drumbeat or by the blowing of a horn.
The drumbeat of the Polynesian has a strange and gloomy stimulation for the nerves of all.
The drumbeat is often accompanied with singing which is the most discordant of all sounds supposed to be harmonious.
Captain Daniels marched to the dining-room door, his gold-headed cane marking time like a drumbeat.
He could no longer escape the conviction that it was a distant drumbeat.
On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drumbeat, such as: barrage, boom, booming, clangor, drone, and drumming.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.