Examples of hellish in a Sentence
We've been having hellish weather lately.
The battlefield was a hellish scene of death and destruction.
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The Fourth of July holiday this week may add fuel to Atlanta’s usual hellish commute.
Her only relief from her increasingly hellish situation are flashbacks.
For Martin-Godinez, the week in detention was hellish.
This imagery of hellish fighting, our heroes dying all around while a lucky few manage to make it to the green pastures beyond is Biblical in the extreme.
That’s because the lives of women in North Korea are hellish, waking nightmares (albeit, if Trump is to be believed, with great views of the beach).
That means playing at a hellish pace and making bigger post players guard Missouri on the perimeter.
Obviously the world wide web is an infinitely deep, hellish abyss in which the basest impulses of humanity emerge under the cloak of anonymity—no one’s arguing that.
Diane took pictures that night before bed, showing the mountains backlit by a hellish orange glow.
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HELLISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hellish for English Language Learners
: very bad, unpleasant, or shocking
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