noun[in singular] • informal
- 1A loud blast of a noise: an earful of staticMore example sentences
- This recently unearthed live recording features the first of that vaunted trio, offering a fascinating earful of the sound of hip London clubland in 1964.
- Get an earful of what the latest in techno-gadgetry sounds like on 10,000 sq. ft floor space, hosting international and national brands.
- The 50s singer would then give the average American an earful.
- 1.1A prolonged amount of talking, typically an angry reprimand: he gave his players an earful at halftimeMore example sentences
- Eursoc warns us that the EU will employ telemarketers to get us to vote - I pity them for the earfuls they will get.
- The commission got an earful of confused and angry voters on election day.
- The Minister of Economic Affairs got an earful from angry business leaders from Taiwan's top technology park yesterday.
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