sellout

[ UK /sˈɛla‍ʊt/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛˌɫaʊt/ ]
NOUN
  1. an event for which all tickets are sold
    get your tickets for the concert early, it is sure to be a sellout
  2. a betrayal of one's principles principles, country, cause, etc.
  3. someone who has sold out
  4. the selling of an entire stock of something
    the latest Xbox game is so popular, shops are warning of a probable sellout before Christmas
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How To Use sellout In A Sentence

  • A sellout crowd today, they hope, will help. Times, Sunday Times
  • They now play sellout concerts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Obama's economic-recovery plan is drawing flak from both sides of the aisle, with some fellow Democrats viewing his proposed business tax cuts as a sellout to Republicans.
  • The sellout Forum crowd stood and applauded while play commenced.
  • The sellout crowd of 54,279 roared as the captain rounded the bases after his opposite-field drive to right, and cheered even louder when he came out of the dugout for a curtain call. USATODAY.com
  • To have an opportunity to compete for a championship in front of a sellout is something I hope these players remember for their lifetime. USATODAY.com - Kansas State wins WNIT crown over Marquette 77-65
  • Nobody in this season's sellout audience is forking out to see evidence of all that on stage, though. Times, Sunday Times
  • Still, the imam is frequently accused of being a sellout because he associates with Christians. God’s Country
  • ` ` To have an opportunity to compete for a championship in front of a sellout is something I hope these players remember for their lifetime. '' USATODAY.com
  • It rightly transfers after a sellout run at the Royal Court. Times, Sunday Times
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