have (something) coming out of (one's) ears(redirected from have coming out of their ears)
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have (something) coming out of (one's) ears
Said of things that occur or are present in a great amount or abundance. Because the end of the semester is almost here, I have panicked students in search of extra credit coming out of my ears.
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have something coming out of your earsINFORMAL
If you have something coming out of your ears, you have a great amount of it. There's no stopping Norton. He's got awards coming out of his ears, including a fourth BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance. She's got university degrees coming out of her ears.
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have something coming out of your earshave a substantial or excessive amount of something. informal
1997 Daily Express In terms of advice…Jill's had suggestions coming out of her ears.
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