hell–bent

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adjective \ˈhel-ˌbent\

Definition of hell–bent

  1. :  stubbornly and often recklessly determined or intent hell–bent on winning

hell–bent

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First Known Use of hell–bent

1731


HELL–BENT Defined for English Language Learners

hell–bent

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adjective \ˈhel-ˌbent\

Definition of hell–bent for English Language Learners

  • : very determined to do something especially when the results might be bad

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