drum out

VERB
  1. remove from a position or office
    The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds
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How To Use drum out In A Sentence

  • Casting a sharp glance in my direction, he paced off some metres, stamping past a series of unoccupied benches, to drum out his male fury next to some poor couple who had been sunning themselves in peace up to that point.
  • When small press magazines call it quits or when corporations drum out publications to fill a profit margin. Damn it...part deux.
  • As he rode from the store, the cantering of his horse’s hooves seemed to drum out the name Judd Boston. This Calder Range
  • Rinaldo is a youthful work, full of cheerful trumpet and drum outbursts, and many special battle effects, as well as some exquisite trilling sopranino recorder work imitating birdsong. Cendrillon; Rinaldo – review
  • So, for example, an old-fashioned metal-drum music box is reprogrammable because you can take the drum out and put a new one in. Archive 2007-07-01
  • The old drummer wanted to make a drum out of the donkey's skin. So he threw Pinocchio into the sea to drown him.
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