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.
Ahead, see every single item in H&M's soon-to-be-sellout collaboration with Erdem.
But over the same time period, full-price sellouts were down 24 percent for Ivanka Trump’s brand.
Prior to its first-time sellout in 2011, Burning Man could be experienced by anyone who wanted to go.
Justin Hardee’s blocked punt and return for a touchdown set the tone early and ignited the sellout crowd.
The Birmingham Bulls welcomed a sellout crowd Friday night in its home debut at Pelham Civic Complex and Ice Arena, but lost 2-1 to the Knoxville Ice Bears.
In 1995–2001 the Indians set a major-league record (later broken by Boston) for most consecutive sellouts: 455.
Following festive introductions with roars from the sellout crowd, Golovkin sought to unleash his power, but found in the second that Alvarez’s hand speed and elusiveness were superior.
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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
Tech analyst Jan Dawson of Jackdaw Research told ABC News that each and every iPhone X on the shelves will likely sell out.
The first is that the Broncos sold out against the run, stuffing the box and making sure Kareem Hunt did not get loose.
Online ticketing has closed, but the Aero box office will be open on Saturday starting at 6 p.m. If the event sells out, there will be a standby line, and more people will be admitted as seats open up throughout the night.
In the run-up to September’s Eid holiday, a religious festival that coincided this year with a national holiday, Turkish newspapers reported that supplies of ethyl alcohol, a key ingredient for home-mixed raki, was selling out.
In three days, the Groupon had sold out and 98 percent of them had been purchased for two people.
Online, the items sell out promptly, appearing later on eBay and other reselling platforms at much higher prices.
Advance ticket purchase is recommended, as the tours generally sell out quickly.
Both passes will only be available for 30 minutes and last year the Pasta Passes sold out in one second, so, good luck!
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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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