from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The fire of hell, considered as punishment for sinners.
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- n. the fire of Hell
- n. fire produced by the Devil, or a similar supernatural creature connected to Hell
- n. a fire that burns with unusual heat or ferocity
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a place of eternal fire envisaged as punishment for the damned
The one thing that isn't mentioned by the secular world, as they condemn Christian (but not non-Christian) mention of hellfire: is this --- is hell possible?
The Likudniks, Yisrael Beiteinu, Kach and Kahane Chai, and the Christo-Kharijites whose support for Israel is based on the belief that the Jews must own all of the Mandate of Palestine so that Jesus can come back to earth and all Jews, Muslims, and non-fundamentalist Christians will burn in hellfire for not accepting Christianity.
That's why I say to you, be careful what you wish for, about me calling hellfire and brimstone down on a church for what you claim is its hypocrisy, since in my theology, you would fall first there.
Scaly knuckles against the door, and the snoring victims picked out in hellfire flashes — a single smooth shot, as it were, from the camera mounted on Grendel’s forehead.
“You’re suggesting that black and latina women aren’t bright enough to comprehend the subtleties of birth control, and therefore frightening them with hellfire is a better way to keep them in line.”
You’re suggesting that black and latina women aren’t bright enough to comprehend the subtleties of birth control, and therefore frightening them with hellfire is a better way to keep them in line.
They rehearse for the big event Code name hellfire by causing plane and train crashes and chemical plant explosions.
Melted shoes pave the way to a town called hellfire
The difference between Shahzad's life and that of an average American like me is that his birth country Pakistan, the place where his family resides, has been continually attacked by US-made "hellfire" missiles since 2004.
He could shoot "hellfire," hop across dimensions, and he could magic himself up a nifty-ass flaming chariot pulled by devil horses.
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