sell out

VERB
  1. sell or get rid of all one's merchandise
  2. abandon one's principles for expedience or financial gain
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How To Use sell out In A Sentence

  • If you sell out an arena tour, you perform to a stadium tour. Times, Sunday Times
  • The young in particular see him as a man who will not sell out or be debased by the compromises of politics.
  • What they lack in numbers they more than make up for in noise and intimidation - and will sell out home and away next term. The Sun
  • The resident Surrey-based jokers, who gave two sell out performances in Epsom in November and March, have been tickling fans with a melange of bawdy songs and set pieces since they began working together two and a half years ago.
  • Choose and/or showcase more items that one would consider gifts (by pricepoint, item category, etc.) as well as smaller items that ship in boxed packages that aren’t necessarily holiday in theme so if they don’t sell out over the holiday, they can be carried into the New Year. Women Grow Business » But It’s Still August! Welcome to Holiday Rush Planning for Small Business
  • The first two impressions of the report sell out before publication, and there is fierce competition for the paperback rights.
  • It is the most newsworthy item since the Dodgers failed to sell out their playoff games.
  • We tend to want to see profits too soon and we sell out too early. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sell out on their principals and disced science partners. From the Sublime to the Ridiculous
  • The Poems and Pints event was a sell out on Saturday and the Town Hall reverberated with squeals of laughter.
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