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
Both teams were ranked, the game was played before a sellout crowd at Lincoln Financial Field, and the electricity felt real.
Friday: The Knights trounced Lehigh Valley 8-3, with Rymer Liriano, Roberto Pena and D.J. Peterson hitting homers before a sellout crowd of 10,254.
But instead of a celebration, the mood will be somber for the sellout crowd of 99,354 at Camp Nou, as Spain observes a third day of national mourning following Thursday’s terror attack that left 14 dead and more than 100 injured.
Indeed, a sellout crowd saw Doody, 25, make his 2017 home debut.
Here’s what happened before (yet another) sellout crowd: Cincinnati scored in the 31 minute, and again in the 62nd.
A sellout crowd of 11,000 watched the championship game, which started at 7 p.m. Tainan time.
The match was played before a sellout crowd of 1,450.
And the a cappella act Pentatonix actually achieved a rare State Fair sellout for its show.
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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
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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