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
Ola Kamara and Romain Alessandrini scored two minutes apart midway through the first half, and the Galaxy went on to defeat the Portland Timbers 2-1 in the season opener for both teams before a sellout crowd of 25,462 at StubHub Center.
Dylan Deveney, a senior forward, scored 23 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the last home game of his illustrious career to power Shawnee to a 61-48 victory over Atlantic City before a sellout crowd in the Renegades’ gymnasium.
And there was Romeo Langford, immediately beginning to sign autographs and take pictures with the sellout crowd of 8,110 on Seymour High School's court.
By the time Jazmine Jones' reverse layup went in just before the end of the first quarter, the Cardinals were down 22-6 much to the delight of the sellout crowd of just over 10,000 fans.
The loudest sellout crowd at AmericanAirlines Arena this season knew what was coming.
Auburn stalwarts Jared Harper and Bryce Brown added 21 and 18 points, respectively, in a 90-71 wire-to-wire rout of rival Alabama before a rabid sellout crowd at Auburn Arena on Wednesday night.
Adam Putnam was called a sellout to the National Rifle Association.
The couple ended Valentine’s week with a date night at Hamilton in London on Friday, thrilling the cast with their appearance among the sellout crowd.
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First Known Use of sellout
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
Early last month these teams sold out Michigan Tech when Dollar Bay pulled out a 51-42 victory.
As spring approaches, popular campgrounds across the country are already selling out with travelers making reservations months in advance.
In 2017, the majority of her headline dates sold out in advance, with performes at Essence Fest, Music Midtown, Meadows Fest and Made In America.
The band sells out lively shows that feature upbeat things like pyro and confetti.
The buttoned coat originally retailed for £69, or about $96, but unfortunately it's currently sold out.
It's already sold out in Europe, according to a brand spokesperson.
Vintage styles of the Dior saddle bag have been quickly selling out on luxury resale sites like Vestiaire Collective and The RealReal for the past few months.
Shop some of the classic Americana pieces below (but for those of you hoping to snag those opening ceremony fringe gloves, sorry — they're 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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