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- v. Go "out the window", to be ruined, now useless.
- v. Literally, go to Hell.
- v. Expression of anger directed at someone in contempt, especially after that individual had done something very wrong.
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A premonition of dread sent a wash of cold chills over his suddenly hot skin and his first instinct was to leap from his chair, tell Garrett to go to hell and leaveFortBenning so fast it would make the world spin in the opposite direction.
The majority of blood-takers, said the Padre, die quite impenitent, saying they would rather go to hell with their honour clean than to heaven dishonourably.
For them Methodisses make folks believe as if they take a mug o’ drink extry, an’ make theirselves a bit comfortable, they’ll have to go to hell for’t as sure as they’re born.
Now to perish with hopes of heaven, to go to hell by the gates of glory, to come to the very door, and then be shut out, as the five virgins were; to die in the wilderness, within the sight of the promised land, at the very brinks of Jordan; this must needs be sad.
He Contrived his Business so that several ask me if it was true that he had Challeng'd you to fight: My Answer was no other But that he should rather chuse to go to hell than doing of it ” for he had Such thing declar'd: that was his Sure Road.”
If it were a right hand or a right eye that would hinder your salvation, it is the gainfullest way to cast it away, rather than to go to hell to save it; for there is no saving a part when you lose the whole.
"Don't know how many we'll save this way, but it does work and you, young man, will tell Central Control, after you've told them to go to hell for me, that they will issue authority to Theoda to recruit any and all ... if necessary ... of this planet's population as a therapy force to activate her rehabilitation program."