That part of a capstan round which the messenger is wound, including the drumhead.
A pea on a drumhead is a restful object in comparison with Watson on that ice-hill.
So they contended, and both were brought before the drumhead Court Martial.
In the drumhead of a capstan, the holes receive the capstan-bars.
There have been no drumhead or other courtmartials and none will take place while I am in command here in Dayton.
The belching of powder and the roll of drumhead do not prove it.
All the rebel Sepoys and troopers who were captured, were collectively tried by a drumhead court-martial, and hanged.
"I wonder that you were not shot without any drumhead court-martial," said the Colonel.
Well give him a drumhead court-martial, but it will be the quickest ever held on earth.
The veil is stretched like a drumhead from the stem to the margin of the cap.
drumhead drum·head (drŭm'hěd')