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Uses of "Hell"
- Hell as "the equivalent of negative adverbs" or as an intensifier thereof, as in the hell you say and like hell I will.
- As a super-superlative, as in colder than hell.
- As an adverb of all work, as in run like hell and hate like hell.
- As an intensifier of questions, as in what the hell?, who the hell?, where in hell?, etc.
- As an intensifier of asseverations, as in hell, yes!
- As an intensifier of qualities, as in to be hell on and hell of a price.
- As an indicator of intensified experience, an is hell of a time, get the hell and to play hell with.
- In a more or less literal sense, as in wouldn't it be hell?, go to hell, till hell freezes over and to beat hell.
- As a synonym for uproar or turmoil, as in to raise hell, to give him hell and hell is loose.
- As a verb, as in to hell around.
- As an adjective, as in a hellish hurry and hell-bent.
- In a combination with other nouns, as in hell's bells, hell and red niggers, hell and high water, hell raiser, hell diver, hell bender and hell to breakfast.
- In derivatives, as in hellion, hellcat and heller.
- As a simple expletive, as in oh hell.