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Oxf. Amer. Dict. and Thes.:
barrage - ... 2: an overwhelming number of things coming in rapid succession: a barrage of questions.
Amer. Herit. Dict.:
barrage - ... 2. An overwhelming, concentrated outpouring, as of words or requests: a barrage of criticism.
• After the barrage of criticism that Trump has received from many Republicans, ...
• And she feels and her campaign feels that she doesn't have to answer a barrage of questions from the press.
• He's getting a barrage of racist tweets.
• He is facing a barrage of civil lawsuits and possibly some kind of criminal prosecution.
• "... of the peer review is that you are too thin-skinned to deal with the daily barrage of public hostility and unfriendly situations that a police officer encounters."
• But in that year, he had not relented in sending a steady barrage of e-mails to her -- sexual, angry, menacing e-mails.
• Voters are being subjected to a heavy barrage of ads
• shows how hard it is to protect jurors from the vast coverage of the trial, which includes a barrage of social media.
• a former female executive at the company filed a sexual harassment suit, alleging a barrage of sexist and racist comments from ... Tinder's former chief marketing officer
• A second report of an illegal lion killing in Zimbabwe has sparked the suspension of hunting in the area where the animals were shot with bow and arrow and another barrage of worldwide condemnation ...
• features a barrage of negative news about Europe, especially the Baltic states.
• The Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act launched a barrage of Great Society and anti-poverty legislation that powerfully expanded the reach and power of the civil rights agenda.
• There seems to be a constant barrage of images being disseminated across this digital world.
• though it wasn't yet noon, there was a barrage of noise coming through the trees: lawnmower, leaf blower, chain saw.
• a sudden barrage of hailstones pounded the roof.
• You remember the tag line "There's an app for that." Well, lately the chore of sorting through the barrage of new ones can make you wish there weren't.
• For computers to successfully navigate through the barrage of superfluous data, Ramesh and a host of engineers and physicists believe they need ...
• Scarcely an issue of the Mail passes without a snipe and sometimes a full barrage in the news pages, leaders or signed opinion columns at BBC "bias" ...
• While Earth's atmosphere protects it from most of the cosmos' constant barrage of radiation, Mars' slight one lets lots of that radiation in.
• As the crowd of thousands surged forward, the police fired barrage after barrage of tear gas.
• With their noses down and their tails up, [coatimundis] produce a constant barrage of squeaks and grunts as they rush about in search of food in the dense leaf litter.
• her relentlessness was making a difference. Turns out, her barrage of phone calls eventually got the case handed off to the US Marshals Service.
• "To juggle 100 students, parents, administrative paperwork, and the never-ending barrage of standardized tests takes twice as many hours as I am paid for ..."
• Other Berlin Jews, meanwhile, weary of the barrage of legislation of persecution that they had been forced to endure ...
• The barrage of genetic and phenotypic data may overwhelm the current statistical methods.https://corpus.byu.edu/coca/old/x3.asp?xx=1&w...