Examples of gehenna in a sentence
<the depression that has enshrouded her since the death of her husband is a Gehenna from which she may never be released>
<in a fire-and-brimstone sermon, the evangelist warned those assembled that they faced the fires of Gehenna if they failed to repent>
Origin and Etymology of gehenna
Late Latin, from Greek Geenna, from Hebrew Gē' Hinnōm, literally, valley of Hinnom
First Known Use: circa 1534
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