coming out of one's ears
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- (idiomatic) In great or excess quantity.
- If you plant sixteen tomato plants, you will have tomatoes coming out of your ears by July!
- There will be tomatoes coming out of your ears.
- You'll get tomatoes coming out of your ears.
- Other verb forms of "come" in the phrase "come out of one's ears" are uncommon.