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Definition of "sell out" []

  • To sell all of a product that is in stock. (verb)
  • To abandon one's supporters or principles to seek profit or other personal advantage. (verb)

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Use "sell out" in a sentence
  • "Purchased by Rod Portlyn ten years ago, when the inhabitants agreed to sell out to him."
  • "She was genuinely curious about how the tycoon managed to convince the Vemlarites to sell out to him."
  • ""Anyway," said Roderick, when things had quieted down, "if I couldn't get up a better show than this I'd sell out and leave town.""