Idiom: hear the end of it
Idiom: (ever/never) hear the end of it
- to have to listen to someone talk about something annoying for a long period of time
- If I don't remember to put down the toilet seat, my wife never lets me hear the end of it.
- Please make sure Bob gets seated at the head table or we'll never hear the end of it.
- Two years ago my uncle insulted my mother and I doubt we'll ever hear the end of it.
- We didn't want to invite my cousin to our wedding but we knew if we didn't we'd never hear the end of it.
- If Mark gets into Oxford we'll never hear the end of it.
- My next door neighbor's son is now a circuit court judge and she never lets me hear the end of it.
- So he made a mistake. If you never let him hear the end of it, you're basically telling him you'll never trust him again.
- My brother finally beat me at chess and I doubt he'll ever let me hear the end of it.
- Last night, my roommate drank so much he threw up on his date and we're never going to let him hear the end of it.
- never/ever hear the last of it
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