She claims Hollande has bombarded her with text messages, as many as 29 a day.
ARIES Incoming: You are bombarded with information now as plans change, rearrange, and caveats and amendments abound.
From the time they turn eighteen, students are bombarded with credit card offers.
early 15c., "catapult, military engine for throwing large stones," from Middle French bombarde "mortar, catapult" (14c.), from bombe (see bomb (n.)). The same word, from the same source, was used in English and French late 14c. in reference to the bass shawm, a bassoon-like musical instrument, preserving the "buzzing" sense in the Latin.
1590s, from French bombarder, from bombarde "mortar, catapult" (see bombard (n.)). Figurative sense by 1765. Related: Bombarded; bombarding.