- 1An event for which all tickets are sold: the game is sure to be a sell-outMore example sentences
- So if you missed out on tickets for the sell-out Edinburgh event, make your way to the Globe Arena on September 10 and 11.
- The event was a sell-out success and the organisers are now almost certain to bring the event back to the town in May 2005.
- It was a sell-out night with 400 tickets sold, many to students at the school.
- 2A betrayal of one’s principles for reasons of expedience: one of the biggest political sell-outs in decadesMore example sentences
- There was no doubt that many in the folk music scene regarded the transition to electric guitar as a betrayal and a sell-out of everything they believed in.
- It is a sell-out - an utter betrayal of the working people of this country, and of every patriotic New Zealander.
- A shameful catalogue of abandonment, betrayal, sell-out, dishonesty and total breach of trust.
More definitions of sell-outDefinition of sell-out in:
- The US English dictionary