Examples of earful in a Sentence
I got an earful about what a bad job I had done.
He gave me an earful.
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And today by the way, on Capitol Hill, the FBI director got an earful over the double standard on the investigations into Hillary and Trump.
President Trump's decision to levy steep tariffs on steel and aluminum is likely to get him an earful from U.S. allies at the G-7 summit in Quebec on Friday.
Trump looks primed to get an earful from one constituency anxious to salvage a deal: He is set to meet with auto industry CEOs today at the White House.
The group got quite an earful from the public last night in its first stop on a citywide listening tour.
That brought the winning run to the plate in the form of Braun, who'd given home plate umpire Jeff Kellogg an earful after being called out on strikes his previous at-bat in the eighth.
A year later, Google scrapped its requirement that people use their real names on its Google Plus social network after getting an earful from Googlers.
Outcome: McCombs got an earful from his wife Charline after dealing fan favorite Nater, but the deal gave the Spurs one of the most entertaining, athletic players in the league.
And senators gave Perry an earful after a recent report that Russians nuzzled their way into computer systems controlling nuclear power plants and other pieces of energy infrastructure in the United States.
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Definition of earful for English Language Learners
: a lot of angry talk
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