Over the past two days, Hamas has launched a barrage of rockets into southern Israel.
I became numb to the barrage of smells: citrus disinfectants, burning trash, sewage, sweat, and diesel.
Styles quickly removed the photo from his Twitter account, but not before fielding a barrage of angry tweets.
In the midst of a barrage of economic and military pressures, it is not a sign of weakness or lack of resolve to offer peace.
He weathered a barrage of investigations and $20 billion in fines—and still made a gigantic profit.
In the meantime we got through the barrage all right, though we lost some of our men.
It was on the brink of the barrage itself that I spoke to Bailey.
Their previous training had been to follow a barrage which moved forward by bounds of a hundred yards.
But we did not for a long time leave the influence of the barrage.
The first two tanks, escaping the barrage, lurched on towards Poelcapelle.
1859, "action of barring; man-made barrier in a stream," from French barrer "to stop," from barre "bar," from Old French barre (see bar (n.1)). Artillery sense is 1916, from World War I French phrase tir de barrage "barrier fire" intended to isolate the objective. As a verb by 1917. Related: Barraged; barraging.