[ bahrn-stawrm ]
/ ˈbɑrnˌstɔrm /
verb (used without object)
to conduct a campaign or speaking tour in rural areas by making brief stops in many small towns.
Theater. to tour small towns to stage theatrical performances.
(of a pilot) to give exhibitions of stunt flying, participate in airplane races, etc., in the course of touring country towns and rural areas.
(of a professional athletic team) to tour an area playing exhibition games after the regular season.
verb (used with object)
to tour (various places) as a barnstormer.
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British Dictionary definitions for barnstorm
/ (ˈbɑːnˌstɔːm) /
to tour rural districts putting on shows, esp theatrical, athletic, or acrobatic shows
mainly US and Canadian to tour rural districts making speeches in a political campaign
Derived forms of barnstormbarnstormer, nounbarnstorming, noun, adjective
Word Origin for barnstorm
C19: from barn 1 + storm (vb); from the performances often being in barns
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