View definitions for drumming
noun as in noise
Yes, the people pushing for more transparent elections took a drumming last week.
Above all, though, the benefits of drumming seem to mostly be psychological and emotional.
But when drumming, we experience something called hemispheric synchronization, where both sides work at the same time.
In 2008, Science Direct Journal published a study titled Drumming Through Trauma: Music Therapy With Post-Traumatic Soldiers.
In short, drumming can increase the presence of T-cells, the white blood cell that fights viruses.
Why should not Aristide, past master in drumming, find an honourable position in the orchestra of the Tournée Gulland?
The effect of his drumming before the Café de la Loge was electric.
The little fellow, when nine or ten years of age, was fond of drumming, and once dropt his drum-stick into the draw-well.
The long, heavy fingers of his right hand work convulsively, as if drumming stiffly on an imaginary board.
Then the drumming and humming became fainter, and at last the sounds died away.
On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drumming, such as: blast, buzz, cacophony, clamor, commotion, and crash.
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