Examples of sellout in a Sentence
The concert was a sellout.
The union sees the deal as a sellout.
Angry fans called him a sellout when he started appearing in television commercials.
Recent Examples of sellout from the Web
Not broadcasting on television was also a way to ensure a sellout at the Sprint Center and raising the goal of $1 million for hurricane relief.
Prior to its first-time sellout in 2011, Burning Man could be experienced by anyone who wanted to go.
But over the same time period, full-price sellouts were down 24 percent for Ivanka Trump’s brand.
Ahead, see every single item in H&M's soon-to-be-sellout collaboration with Erdem.
Eventually, a sellout crowd of 12,920 caught a pretty exciting hockey game.
Celebrities in the sellout crowd of 54,293 included golfers Tiger Woods and Fred Couples, and former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning.
What's more, if past Star Wars collections are any indication (looking at you, CoverGirl), then this one is sure to be a sellout.
Before Watt's first pitch, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles, former Dynamo star Brian Ching and astronaut Scott Kelly also made an appearance on the field and received a loud ovation from the sellout crowd.
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First Known Use of sellout
Synonymsbackstabbing, business, disloyalty, double cross, faithlessness, falseness, falsity, infidelity, perfidy, betrayal, treachery, treason, two-timing, unfaithfulness
Antonymsallegiance, devotion, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, loyalty, staunchness, steadfastness
Related Wordsabandonment, desertion; deceit, deception, double-dealing, duplicity, guile, two-facedness; fraud, informing, lying, snitching, talebearing, trickery
Near Antonymsdependability, reliability, trustworthiness; defense, protection, safeguard, shield
Definition of sell out
- sold out the concert
- the merchandise was quickly sold out
Examples of sell out in a Sentence
the band sold out its faithful followers, abandoning its edgy style for a more commercial sound
Recent Examples of sell out from the Web
The retail price on Slide Fire’s website for a similar device is $179.95, but it was sold out.
Proving elegant style comes at every price point, Queen Letizia's Zara dress retails for $90 and miraculously, it hasn't sold out yet.
Washington can’t sell out games with a Top 10 team.
Those weekends always sell out, says Kurt Aschermann, a companion to the abbey.
His signing sessions at Star Wars Celebration sold out so quickly the convention had to hastily add extra slots for the unexpectedly popular Christensen.
Then her husband sells out to the Nazis, and then finds out that she herself is being publicly recognized as the enemy.
Springsteen on Broadway, which runs through Feb. 3, is sold out except for a few tickets available via daily lottery.
Tickets for today's show cost between $63.50 and $150, and it's sold out.
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First Known Use of sell out
SELLOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sellout for English Language Learners
: a game, concert, etc., for which all seats are sold
: an occurrence in which you do something that does not agree with your beliefs, values, etc., especially in order to make money
: someone who does something that does not agree with that person's beliefs or values especially in order to make money
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