having all tickets sold, as for a performance or engagement.

1905–10 Unabridged
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1. having taken a bribe or bribes; "a sold-out politician" 
2. sold completely in advance; "had a sold-out house for both performances" 
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Example sentences
There are sold-out shows, glowing profiles, ecstatic fans.
Here she wonders what she's doing in a sold-out show.
Throughout, they played to sold-out crowds and presented food with gusto, grace and good humor.
The sold-out event lived up to its reputation with guests viewing the newest fall fashions.
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