American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A person who behaves recklessly or wildly.
- From hell. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“My German host at Houw Hoek came out twenty-three years ago, he told me, without a 'heller', and is now the owner of cattle and land and horses to a large amount.”
“Her shaking hand was gathering up the single crown coins, the fifty heller pieces.”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference concentrating solar power and heller systems:”
“April 30, 2009 concentrating solar power and heller systems”
“Und bevor Sie uns blast … yeah, wir wissen, dass einige dieser ein wenig heller am Grauen sind als andere, aber alle verdienen einen Platz auf der Liste.”
“Det bästa som vi äga, det kan man inte giva, det kan man inte säga och inte heller skriva.”
“My sister born here in 1949 and i myself have 9 children and our grandmother would have had seven grandgrand cildren by now and and another one expected in september. with kind regards Ewa heller Ekblad reply”
“Men betalda prenumerationer kommer inte att fungera i framtiden heller enligt Martin Langewald Nieman Journalism Lab, Harvard.”
“And despite the law review articles cited in the brief in heller, claims that the bill of rts was incorpd were mere drops in the bucket compared to the alternative view.”
“For example if the DOJ decided that it was pro-gun and decided to not contest the Heller decision or to put a much weaker defense, I believe the final decision would have been more pro-gun than heller was.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘heller’.
Just plain fun to say and wonder about their origins.
Words gathered while reading Ironweed by William Kennedy.
Looking for tweets for heller.