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In recent days, Sinema has also heard an earful from Arizona businesses, many of which have called on her to oppose the legislation’s minimum corporate tax.

There, he got an earful from farmers about how—in order to stay in business—they need water.

Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin snapped his stick on the bench after the goal and appeared to give Samsonov an earful as the teams exited the ice.

Best not to ask GOP fundraising legend Georgette Mosbacher about the state of her beloved party unless you want an earful.

Now that he is back we may get an earful from the Egyptian doctor as he catches up on the world since the new year.

Maybe Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, or even President Obama, want to give you an earful.

Oh, yes, the neighbors certainly got an earful, as the town gossips proved when the divorce suit seeped into the papers.

Out thar, Jode won't be hangin' around, shufflin' the dishes en tryin' to get an earful.

Go ahead an' spit 'er out—an' believe me, it'll be an earful!

I am with you if you will but give me half an earful of your plans.

But, believe me, Don, I gave him an earful when we got ashore that night.

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On this page you'll find 352 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to earful, such as: buzz, chatter, chitchat, conversation, hearsay, and news.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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