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She Balled Me Out ( yell at a person for making a mistake ... )

"She Balled Me Out"

Bawling a person out is yelling at that person or scolding one aggressively.

Example: "I asked her if she could stay late, and she bawled me out."

Example: "Ask mom if we can have an ice cream." Reply: "You ask her. I don't want to get bawled out."

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