be out on (one's) ear



be out on (one's) ear

To have been removed from a place or situation, often unceremoniously. After 10 years of loyal service to that company, I'm out on my ear just because the new manager doesn't like me.
See also: ear, on, out

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
HÅVard-Norwegian
Gerda (2)YER-dah (Swedish)Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Shouheisho:-he:Japanese
Toomas-Estonian
Kira (2)KEE-rəEnglish
Melody['melədi]