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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Many of these locales have the sort of surrealistic, menacing air of a hellish provincial town in a Robert Bolaño novel.
Those first few weeks and months waiting to see if anyone else was going to speak up was absolutely hellish.
Manhattan's roads are a hellish agglomeration of potholes, double- and even triple-parking, and pedestrian and vehicle traffic unlike anywhere else in the country.
The other 90 percent of the terraces, government scientists announced, had been broken apart in the hellish inferno of the eruption.
Such is the arbitrariness of the regime’s counter-terrorism court, which has branded tens of thousands of opponents of Mr Assad enemies of the state and sent them to the country’s hellish prisons.
The only difference is that the hellish inferno that rolled through their community two weeks ago went virtually unnoticed by a world mesmerized by the flaming disasters closer to San Francisco.
The Earth was a hellish place that had only just acquired a firm crust.
Trollope’s son wrote, and the young artist created movable wax figures out of a hellish nightmare, including a cloven-hoofed demon.
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