Onslaught in a sentence as a noun

Has slowed the onslaught of mice into the house.

Look at Chick-Fil-A and the onslaught of people pissed off at their stance on gay's in the workplace.

If you presented your findings at a meeting, you better be prepared for the onslaught of questions like "Did you consider X?

Perversely it also highlights why old media doesn't have some natural right to survive and have us all protect it against this onslaught.

The quick onslaught of the "it couldn't possibly be a meltdown" message in the mainstream media and the "MIT professor says" emails/webpages, etc all smacked of a propaganda campaign to me.

On paper, it is unclear exactly what Chomsky IS calling for, and putting aside the constant onslaught of judgment-filled writings and audio programs, neither does his life provide us an example of what he conceives to be right-action.

However, hackers everywhere are realizing that all these big businesses are information goldmines, and the coming years we're going to see an onslaught of hacks that will eventually force a standardization of security policies.

If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them.

Is it just me or is anyone else getting tired of the constant onslaught of feel-good "code for the children" stuff?After discovering at least three different non-profits dedicated to teaching children to code, I am starting to think it is not children that need help, but adults.

What cultural influences are the same?If you started on any one of these paths at 18 or 22, are you so certain that you would be mentally and emotionally prepared to resist the onslaught of cultural decisions you would be expected to participate in on a daily basis?

Onslaught definitions


a sudden and severe onset of trouble


(military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); "the attack began at dawn"

See also: attack onset onrush


the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written); "a barrage of questions"; "a bombardment of mail complaining about his mistake"

See also: barrage bombardment outpouring