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
Playing for a sellout crowd of 40,000-plus on a steamy summer night, the veteran four-piece attacked its 130-minute, hits-heavy set list with seasoned chops and an eye-popping broadside of pyro and visual effects.
Four minutes later, Nikolic utilized his right arm to slightly shove the Whitecaps' Tim Parker to free up some space, scoring his second goal to spark the Fire to a 4-0 rout at Toyota Park before a sellout crowd of 20,187.
Memories of quick sellouts and high resale prices for the NES Classic Edition seem to be driving a lot of the instant price inflation for the Super NES Classic Edition on eBay.
Harford County has shown its support for country music and previous shows at the arena have been sellouts.
This show, also at the Idaho Center, has monstrous sellout potential.
The last time the Buckeyes played at IU, the game was a sellout.
The Indians’ 455 is a salute to their fans for a sellout streak that lasted from 1995 to 2001.
Sorry, folks, but this is not the time to debate whether the Black Album was Metallica’s sellout moment.
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First Known Use of sellout
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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