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Drumming

Drum´ming
n.1.The act of beating upon, or as if upon, a drum; also, the noise which the male of the ruffed grouse makes in spring, by beating his wings upon his sides.
Noun1.drumming - the act of playing drums; "he practiced his drumming several hours every day"
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Translate Drumming to German, Translate Drumming to French
Browse
drum out
drum printer
drum roll
drum sander
drum up
Drum winding
Drumbeat
drumbeater
Drumble
drumfire
Drumfish
Drumhead
drumhead court-martial
Drumlin
Drumly
Drummer
-- Drumming --
Drummond light
Drums
Drumstick
drumstick tree
Drunk
drunk mouse syndrome
drunk-and-disorderly
Drunkard
Drunken
drunken reveler
drunken reveller
drunken revelry
Drunkenhead
Drunkenly
Drunkenness
Drunkenship
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