[druhm-bee-ter] /ˈdrʌmˌbi tər/
a person who vigorously proclaims or publicizes the merits of a product, idea, movie, etc.; press agent.
A person, esp a press agent, who insistently lauds someone or something: I’m something of a drum-beater for my Alma Mater
[1940s+; beat the drum, ”to make loud advertisement or protest,” is attested by 1611]
noun, Automotive. 1. a brake system in which a pair of brake shoes can be pressed against the inner surface of a shallow metal drum that is rigidly attached to a wheel. noun 1. a type of brake used on the wheels of vehicles, consisting of two pivoted shoes that rub against the inside walls […]
noun 1. a band, especially a marching band, of drum players usually under the direction of a drum major.
[druhm-et] /drʌmˈɛt/ noun 1. the thick first section of a chicken wing that resembles a drumstick.
[druhm-fahyuh r] /ˈdrʌmˌfaɪər/ noun 1. gunfire so heavy and continuous as to sound like the beating of . /ˈdrʌmˌfaɪə/ noun 1. heavy, rapid, and continuous gunfire, the sound of which resembles rapid drumbeats