bombard (one) with (something)

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bombard (one) with (something)

1. Literally, to attack someone repeatedly, as with gunfire or explosives. The enemy army retreated after we bombarded them with grenades.
2. By extension, to subject someone to something repeatedly. Quit bombarding me with pitches and let me set up in the batter's box! Don't bombard your brother with suggestions—his paper is due tomorrow, so he needs to commit to a topic and just write about it! Every time I come home for the holidays, my mom bombards me with questions about my personal life.
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bombard someone or something with something

to cast or shoot something at someone or something. (See also bombard someone with questions.) The boys bombarded their friends with snowballs. Gerald bombarded his friends with criticism.
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executive director Richard Lloyd, says: "A PPI claims time limit could mean claims management companies have a field day, bombarding us with even more unwanted nuisance calls and texts.
And I don't think there will be until the producers abandon the tactic of trying to prove the judges have personality by bombarding us with forced banter.
At the same time the BBC were bombarding us with tripe with regards to the 40th anniversary of Radio Cumbria.
Not sure how 'normal' we'd feel with fans bombarding us with our every move, but, hey, the girl's trying.
The projects we are demanding are of public significance and people are bombarding us with calls asking about delays in carrying them out - or completing them in the cases where a next phase is pending.
And bombarding us with CDWMs every 10 minutes is nothing like variety.
The response for the reduced support of citizens for the EU should be looked for in all pro-government media that are each day bombarding us with information that Macedonia should not worry about the fact that the EU does not want to admit us.
I wouldn't mind but they are so intent on bombarding us with their obscure perspectives that most often we are actually missing the live action.
THE media frenzy led by the the BBC have been bombarding us with their sense of outrage at recent reports of so-called racist language by Prince Harry and his father Prince Charles.
Don't know about you, but with these grotty winter nights bombarding us with dark drizzle and cold, the thought of cosying up in the cwtchy armour of pyjamas with a good book or chick flick occurs to us most nights now.
In recent years the magazine seems to be a relentless tool of the Labor Party, bombarding us with Labor propaganda,
The nice people in government are worried that we are becoming confused by all the healthy eating messages they are bombarding us with.
Safety precautions for summer training-- Summer has a sinister habit of unexpectedly bombarding us with intense heat and humidity.
THERE are not many in front of me in the list of people who love Five Live's sports coverage, but the insistence of the Beeb's best channel on bombarding us with the inconsequential opinions of fellow listeners during Wimbledon is getting on my nerves.
Readers have been bombarding us with everything from their wedding photos to their views on Wales's chances of reaching the next World Cup finals.