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  • adj. Completely sold


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  • After his wife died, Father Jones lived quietly in Back Street in the central, and largest house of the group, and father and mother sold out their claim on the Frederick

    Unwritten History

  • And for the rest, you'll know already that it was only the handful of captains, with Brien de Soulis at their head, who sold out Faringdon to the king, and made prisoner all the knights of the garrison who refused to change sides.

    Brother Cadfael's Penance

  • At Theackey's ranch Bowdre sold out his interest in the stolen stock to his companions, and rejoined Skurlock, at Sumner, where he was employed by Peter Maxwell, to herd cattle.

    The Authentic Life of Billy The Kid

  • The widow Blondelle sold out her interest in the Dubarry White Sulphur Springs, and with her step-son Raphael Riordan, returned to England.

    Time and Again

  • And it worked, because on November 22, 2002, when I fought Ken Shamrock in UFC 40: Vendetta, we sold out the MGM Grand Ballroom, sixteen thousand seats, and had more than two hundred thousand pay-per-view buys in the United States alone.

    This is Gonna Hurt

  • Lewis seems to have been very unsuccessful in his plans up here, he tried raising hogs and finding it would not pay has sold out to some man in the Pineland who I am sure will never pay him, his whole stock for $80.

    Margaret Ann Meta Morris Grimball. Diary, 1860-1866

  • The slave trade was rife in its worst form; men were sold out of the land, chiefly to the Danes of Ireland.

    William the Conqueror

  • “Well, I started doing small gigs in Belle Morte, but the shows were sold out immediately.”

    May Bird, Warrior Princess

  • Mr. Terry sold out his business to Seth Thomas and Silas Hoadley, two of his leading workmen, in 1810.

    History of the American Clock Business and Life of Chauncey Jerome

  • But she was thinking that Murdock and Hoddings had sold out for a price.

    Fatal Care


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