Associations to the word «Hell»

Wiktionary

HELL, proper noun. In various religions, the place where some or all spirits are believed to go after death
HELL, proper noun. (Abrahamic religions) (uncountable) The place where devils live and where sinners are tortured after death
HELL, noun. (countable) (hyperbole) (sometimes considered vulgar) A place or situation of great suffering in life.
HELL, noun. (countable) A place for gambling.
HELL, noun. An extremely hot place.
HELL, noun. Used as an intensifier in phrases grammatically requiring a noun
HELL, noun. (obsolete) A place into which a tailor throws his shreds, or a printer his broken type.
HELL, noun. In certain games of chase, a place to which those who are caught are carried for detention.
HELL, interjection. (impolite) (sometimes considered vulgar) Used to express discontent, unhappiness, or anger.
HELL, interjection. (impolite) (sometimes considered vulgar) Used to emphasize.
HELL, proper noun. Alternative spelling of Hel
HELL, proper noun. Alternative spelling of Hela
HELL, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of hell
HELL, proper noun. Any of various towns so named.
HELL AND HALF OF GEORGIA, noun. (idiomatic) (US) a very large region; everywhere
HELL AND TOMMY, interjection. (UK) (slang) (mildly blasphemous) expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration.
HELL FOR LEATHER, adverb. Less common form of hell-for-leather
HELL GATE, noun. The entrance to hell, seen as an embodiment of evil. [from 9th c.]
HELL HOLE, noun. Alternative form of hellhole
HELL HOLE, noun. Alternative form of hellhole
HELL HOLES, noun. Plural of hell hole
HELL HOLES, noun. Plural of Hell hole
HELL HOUND, noun. Alternative spelling of hellhound
HELL HOUNDS, noun. Plural of hell hound
HELL HOUSE, noun. A haunted house attraction, typically run by a religious group, depicting the torments of the damned in hell.
HELL HOUSES, noun. Plural of hell house
HELL MEND SOMEONE, interjection. (idiomatic) (vulgar) Expressing exasperation at someone whose behavior is likely to result in trouble but who will not heed warnings.
HELL MONEY, noun. Joss money burnt in Chinese ancestor worship
HELL NIGHT, noun. (chiefly US) A night during which new members are required to undergo hazing rituals in order to be accepted into a fraternity, sorority, etc.
HELL NO, interjection. (slang) Used when expressing firm disagreement.
HELL NO, interjection. Alternative spelling of hell no
HELL ON EARTH, noun. (idiomatic) A very unpleasant situation; torment, particularly when widespread.
HELL ON WHEELS, noun. (idiomatic) Tough, aggressive, lawless, wild.
HELL OR HIGH WATER, noun. (idiomatic) Highly adverse circumstances; acts of God.
HELL OR HIGH WATER, interjection. No matter what the adverse circumstances.
HELL OR HIGH WATER, adverb. No matter what the adverse circumstances.
HELL TO PAY, noun. (idiomatic) Very unpleasant consequences; a great deal of trouble.
HELL WEEK, noun. (chiefly US) (idiomatic) The week during which new members are required to undergo undignified rites of initiation or gruelling discipline in order to be accepted into a fraternity, sorority, secret society, military group, etc.
HELL WEEK, noun. Alternative form of hell week
HELL WEST AND CROOKED, adverb. (US) (Australia) All over the place; every which way.

Dictionary definition

HELL, noun. Any place of pain and turmoil; "the hell of battle"; "the inferno of the engine room"; "when you're alone Christmas is the pits";.
HELL, noun. A cause of difficulty and suffering; "war is hell"; "go to blazes".
HELL, noun. (Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"; "Hell is paved with good intentions"-Dr. Johnson.
HELL, noun. (religion) the world of the dead; "No one goes to Hades with all his immense wealth"-Theognis.
HELL, noun. Violent and excited activity; "they began to fight like sin".
HELL, noun. Noisy and unrestrained mischief; "raising blazes".

Wise words

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