Examples of hellhole in a Sentence
The factory is a hellhole.
his first apartment was a hellhole in an unsafe neighborhood
Recent Examples of hellhole from the Web
Moore was born in 1918, in Minden, La., a Jim Crow hellhole located in the northwest part of the state.
The first movie exploited 1970s New York City as an urban hellhole.
Conservatives are cheering for the failure of California and slightly nonplussed that New York City still refuses to regress into being an unlivable hellhole in spite of the best efforts of its batty Sandinista mayor.
All of you Muslims need to go back to the hellholes your from.
More specifically, for New Yorkers, this series provides an enticing alternate reality in which the city is full of (mostly) nice people, and the subway is not a crumbling hellhole, but instead a safe space for yelling!
Grabell should place greater emphasis on the responsibility that the modern American consumer bears for keeping hellholes like Case Farms in operation.
A sizable minority of Americans, longing for greatness or wanting to smack down an ambitious woman and to show those people in the hellhole coastal cities what the real America is all about, has elected him.
The series’ angle, essentially, is that classic-era Hollywood was a hellhole, a place where vast amounts of money and fame were dangled in front of talented, shrewd, and shameless people at the price of their souls.
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HELLHOLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hellhole for English Language Learners
: a very dirty or unpleasant place
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