Definition of never (or not) hear the end of in US English:

never (or not) hear the end of

phrase

  • Be continually reminded of (an unpleasant topic or cause of annoyance).

    • ‘I didn't hear the end of that one for a long, long time.’
    • ‘If everything I say is analysed to such an extent we'd never hear the end of it.’
    • ‘You know this means we'll never hear the end of it from him.’
    • ‘Man, don't tell anyone about that or I'll never hear the end of it.’
    • ‘If she knew you were doing this you'd never hear the end of it’
    • ‘‘You put a photo of him in the paper and we'll never hear the end of it,’ they warned.’
    • ‘My goodness we didn't hear the end of that one for months.’
    • ‘Just let him play with us or you'll never hear the end of it!’
    • ‘I don't want to take the light away from her or else I'll never hear the end of it.’
    • ‘I had a feeling I would never hear the end of this one.’
    • ‘Don't use the word ‘rat’ as an uncomplimentary epithet around Jane, or you'll never hear the end of it.’
    • ‘When everyone else finds out I am pregnant I will never hear the end of it.’