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earful

noun ear·ful \ˈir-ˌfl\

: a lot of angry talk

Full Definition of EARFUL

1
:  an outpouring of news or gossip
2
:  an outpouring of anger, abuse, or complaint

Examples of EARFUL

  1. I got an earful about what a bad job I had done.
  2. He gave me an earful.

First Known Use of EARFUL

1911

Rhymes with EARFUL

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