Definitions for earfulˈɪərˌfʊl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ear•ful*ˈɪərˌfʊl(n.)(pl.)-fuls.

  1. an outpouring of gossip or news.

  2. scolding.

* Usage: See -ful.

Origin of earful:

1915–20

Princeton's WordNet

  1. earful(noun)

    an outpouring of gossip

  2. castigation, earful, bawling out, chewing out, upbraiding, going-over, dressing down(noun)

    a severe scolding

Wiktionary

  1. earful(Noun)

    a reprimand, castigation or telling off

  2. earful(Noun)

    intimate gossip

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