Examples of heck in a Sentence
it looks like heck in that boy's bedroom
Recent Examples of heck from the Web
Since his 2014 release, Chappell has become a fixture for good on Las Vegas Trail, lending residents a hand, an ear, a shoulder, or trying to figure out what the heck is going on — like after a wild spate of shootings a couple Sundays ago.
The inmates do a heck of a job keeping the jail kitchen clean and shiny.
Instead, the larger black snake makes his escape and the smaller snake is left to wonder what the heck just happened.
Twenty-four hours after the fact, my chest and shoulders are still sore as heck.
Sebastian Bourdais’ replacement ran a heck of a race before getting caught in a late four-car crash.
The lead singer of The Allman Brothers Band also was one heck of a fisherman, one of the passions that carried through his life.
But this NBA Finals is going to give the Warriors, or LeBron, a heck of a case.
Apple and its partners in the publishing industry are in a heck of a fix.
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Origin and Etymology of heck
First Known Use: 1887
Definition of Heck
Richard F(red) 1931–2015 American chemist
HECK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heck for English Language Learners
—used as a more polite form of hell
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