Barrel in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
barrel in (to some place)
Fig. to move into a place rapidly and with great force. Tony barreled into the room and interrupted the card game. He just barreled in without knocking.
References in classic literature
But just at that moment somebody knocked at the front door, and Moppet jumped into the flour barrel in
Then I refuse," he cried, banging the barrel in
front of Hook.
93 per barrel in
1998's first nine months, compared to $18.
94 per barrel in
the third quarter of 2005 from $46.