barrel in

barrel in(to)

1. To enter someplace abruptly or aggressively, or force one's way into a place or thing. He just barreled into the meeting with no warning. Don't barrel in here talking loudly—this is a church!
2. To collide with someone or something. There's a dent in the garage door from when my son barreled into it with his bike. I rounded the corner and nearly barreled into Tara.
See also: barrel

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.
See also: barrel
References in classic literature ?
But just at that moment somebody knocked at the front door, and Moppet jumped into the flour barrel in a fright
Then I refuse," he cried, banging the barrel in front of Hook.
94 per barrel in the third quarter of 2005 from $46.