Examples of earful in a Sentence
I got an earful about what a bad job I had done.
He gave me an earful.
Recent Examples of earful from the Web
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Neiko Thorpe got an earful from a woman apparently angry about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem in the 2017 season, even though the former Auburn standout didn't take part in the protests.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was meeting privately Wednesday with students and teachers who survived the shooting, and protesters and critics were expected to give her an earful.
And a legislative fix seems just as unlikely, said state Rep. Joe Sanfelippo (R-New Berlin), who has been getting an earful from residents since their tax bills arrived in December.
With it, however, comes the inexperience with five turnovers and an earful from Sampson.
Times headline: Vice President Mike Pence gets an earful in Cairo on his first official Middle East tour.
Toronto went into the second intermission down 3-1 and got an earful from a respected veteran before returning to the ice.
Ivanka Trump shouldn’t be able to fly in public without getting an earful from her fellow passengers.
If the students who participate are anything like the ones in Parkland, Florida, the chances are fairly good that the president will get an earful.
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Definition of earful for English Language Learners
: a lot of angry talk
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