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from hell

Definition of from hell

informal + somewhat impolite

  1. —used to describe someone or something that is very bad or unpleasant <It was the vacation from hell: everything that could go wrong, did.> <bosses from hell>



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  1. :  a nether world in which the dead continue to exist :  hades

    :  error, sin

    :  a place or state of misery, torment, or wickedness


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