Noun(1) an inhabitant of Hell
Adjective(1) characteristic of or resembling Hell(2) extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell(3) expletives used informally as intensifiers, or blessed or darned or goddamned, or goddam or goddamned(4) of or pertaining to or characteristic of a very uncontrolled and intense fire(5) being of the underworld
(1) Staggering home under the appalled stares of passers-by, a bloodied Mehmet walks a gauntlet of seething furnaces, grinding pistons and an incessant, infernal hammering.(2) With blackness all around it, these burning colours made Loch Shiel look like some lake of the infernal regions, an otherworldly vision, intense and remarkably beautiful.(3) There were splashes of flash bulbs, and infernal heat, and the button eyes of Ethel Kennedy turned to cinders.(4) Cuming claimed that ├ö├ç├┐the forthcoming end of the world would be hastened by the construction of underground railways burrowing into the infernal regions and thereby disturbing the devil├ö├ç├û.(5) No prizes for guessing what has caused this temporary regression into childhood├ö├ç┬¬ this damned infernal blog!(6) He then begins a campaign of terror to ensure that his beloved gets the best parts before spiriting her away to his subterranean lair to be his infernal bride.(7) He held the nation captive and forced us to confront that which we fear most: the infernal torments of Hell itself.(8) Mapping the infernal regions of Hell and Purgatory with a geographer's precision, Botticelli takes the viewer on a journey of visceral, blood-curdling horror.(9) Scary images flash on the screen as Gene begins his incantations to the infernal minions of hell.(10) I gave my wardrobe one final shove so that it was against the wall under the stairs that led into the room, darkly insulting whoever made the infernal contraption so heavy.(11) Like the first film, the second is framed by opening titles describing the Buddhist conception of the most infernal level of hell, a timeless space in which one's identity and conscience no longer has any meaning.(12) Now here is what is interesting, the worshippers of Mithras strongly believed in a celestial heaven and an infernal hell.(13) It is the lurid intermixture of the two that produces the illuminating blaze of the infernal regions.(14) From a civilian's point of view, it was an infernal nuisance.(15) It is rather satisfying to imagine ├ö├ç├┐neighbours from hell├ö├ç├û being confronted by an actual denizen of the infernal pits.(16) It's most annoying that you claim to be a friend of his, because I'd like to toast you for your infernal effrontery in bringing that damned amulet here.
1. hellish ::
2. damnable ::
3. blasted ::
Different Formsinfernal, infernally
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