Marishka sank back into her seat breathless with apprehension, the warnings of the hated Herr Windt dinning in her ears.
Everything in our cabin was rolling on the floor, clattering and dinning.
That was what was dinning in her ears all the time Ella had been talking in the carriage.
Repetition, dinning the divinities and wearying them into answering, is their theory.
And, another thing, and I've been dinning this into the men all the week, don't slow down before tackling.
The crowd cheered madly, dinning farewells and firing continual feu-de-joies.
It broke on Clem's ears with the dinning of innumerable birds.
But he was only telling us what everybody else out of the trade had been dinning into our ears ever since we planned the journey.
The slumberer is started from sleep by the dinning “How do ye do?”
The new one in the ship-yard, which has also been dinning with the maul and hammer, is equally quiet.
Old English dyne (n.), dynian (v.), from Proto-Germanic *duniz (cf. Old Norse dynr, Danish don, Middle Low German don "noise"), from PIE root *dwen- "to make noise" (cf. Sanskrit dhuni "roaring, a torrent").