Barnstorm definition

bärnstôrm
To travel around the countryside making political speeches, giving lectures, or presenting theatrical performances.
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(US, of an athletics team) To travel from town to town performing in front of small crowds.
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To appear at county fairs and carnivals in exhibitions of stunt flying and parachute jumping.
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To travel around an area appearing in exhibition sports events, especially baseball games.
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To travel across while barnstorming.
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To go about (the country) performing plays, giving lectures or campaign speeches, playing exhibition games, etc., esp. in small towns and rural districts.
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In the early days of aviation, to tour (the country) giving short airplane rides, exhibitions of stunt flying, etc.
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To travel around the countryside making political speeches etc.
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Origin of barnstorm